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  1. slip

    • IPA[slip]

    美式

    • v.
      (of a person or animal) slide unintentionally for a short distance, typically losing one's balance or footing;(of a thing) accidentally slide or move out of position or from someone's grasp
    • n.
      an act of sliding unintentionally for a short distance;relative movement of an object or surface and a solid surface in contact with it.
    • noun: slip, plural noun: slips

    • verb: slip, 3rd person present: slips, gerund or present participle: slipping, past tense: slipped, past participle: slipped

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    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (of a person or animal) slide unintentionally for a short distance, typically losing one's balance or footing:

      I slipped on the ice

      he kept slipping in the mud

    • 2. (of a thing) accidentally slide or move out of position or from someone's grasp:

      the envelope slipped through Luke's fingers

      a wisp of hair had slipped down over her face

    • 3. fail to grip or make proper contact with a surface:

      the front wheels began to slip

    • 4. (of time) elapse:

      the night was slipping away

    • 5. go or move quietly or quickly, without attracting notice:

      we slipped out by a back door

    • 6. put (something) in a particular place or position quietly, quickly, or stealthily:

      she slipped the map into her pocket

      I slipped him a ten-spot to keep quiet

    • 7. put on or take off (a garment) quickly and easily:

      Sarah slipped into a red jacket

    • 8. pass or change to a lower, worse, or different condition, typically in a gradual or imperceptible way:

      many people feel standards have slipped

      profits slipped 31 percent

    • 9. be behaving in a way that is not up to one's usual level of performance:

      you're slipping, Joe—you need a vacation

    • 10. escape or get loose from (a means of restraint):

      the giant balloon slipped its moorings

    • 11. (of a remark) be uttered inadvertently.
    • 12. (of a thought or fact) fail to be remembered by (one's mind or memory); elude (one's notice):

      a beautiful woman's address was never likely to slip his mind

    • 13. release (an animal, typically a hunting dog) from restraint:

      they slipped the hounds, the hare racing for the side of the hill

    • 14. move (a stitch) to the other needle without knitting it:

      slip the next twelve stitches onto a stitch holder

    • 15. release (the clutch of a motor vehicle) slightly or for a moment:

      I gunned the engine, slipping the clutch slightly

    • 16. (of an animal) produce (dead young) prematurely; abort:

      if you twist a mare's back too sharply it can slip foal

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of sliding unintentionally for a short distance:

      a single slip could send them plummeting down the mountainside

    • 2. relative movement of an object or surface and a solid surface in contact with it.
    • 3. a reduction in the movement of a pulley or other mechanism due to slipping of the belt, rope, etc.
    • 4. a sideways movement of an aircraft in flight, typically downward toward the center of curvature of a turn:

      the slip is used to get rid of excess height

      the effects of slight slip on turns

    • 5. the extent of relative horizontal displacement of corresponding points on either side of a fault plane:

      a slip plane

    • 6. a fall to a lower level or standard:

      a continued slip in house prices

    • 7. a minor or careless mistake:

      the judge made a slip in his summing up

    • 8. a woman's loose-fitting, dress- or skirt-length undergarment, suspended by shoulder straps (full slip) or by an elasticized waistband (half slip):

      a silk slip

    • 9. a slope built leading into water, used for launching and landing boats and ships or for building and repairing them:

      he brought his steamer to the yard for overhaul at his old employer's slip

    • 10. a space in which to dock a boat or ship, especially between two wharves or piers.
    • 11. a leash which enables a dog to be released quickly:

      Tommy bolted off like a greyhound released from the slips

    • 12. short for slip stitch
    • n.
      the action or fact of sliding unintentionally for a short distance:
    • we see lots of orthopedic injuries due to slipping on ice
    • adj.
      failing to grip or make proper contact with a surface:
    • four independent brakes can be applied to slipping wheels to regain traction

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    • n.
      the action or fact of sliding unintentionally for a short distance:
    • we see lots of orthopaedic injuries due to slipping on ice
    • adj.
      failing to grip or make proper contact with a surface:
    • four independent brakes can be applied to slipping wheels to regain traction

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    • adj. (of a flower or leaf) depicted with a stalk.

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    • adj. (of a flower or leaf) depicted with a stalk.

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    • IPA[slɪp]

    英式

    • v.
      lose one's footing and slide unintentionally for a short distance:
    • I slipped over on the ice

      he kept slipping in the mud

    • n.
      an act of sliding unintentionally for a short distance:
    • a single slip could send them plummeting down the mountainside

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    • IPA[slɪp]

    英式

    • n.
      a small piece of paper, typically a form for writing on or one giving printed information:
    • his monthly salary slip

      complete the tear-off slip below

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    • IPA[slip]

    美式

    • n.
      a small piece of paper, typically a form for writing on or one giving printed information:
    • his monthly salary slip

      complete the tear-off slip below

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    • IPA[slɪp]

    英式

    • n.
      a creamy mixture of clay, water, and typically a pigment of some kind, used especially for decorating earthenware.

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    • IPA[slip]

    美式

    • n.
      a creamy mixture of clay, water, and typically a pigment, used especially for decorating earthenware.

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