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  1. slippery

    • IPA[ˈslip(ə)rē]

    美式

    • adj.
      (of a surface or object) difficult to hold firmly or stand on because it is smooth, wet, or slimy;(of a person) evasive and unpredictable; not to be relied on
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    • ph.
      an idea or course of action which will lead to something unacceptable, wrong, or disastrous

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    • n.
      a children's slide in a playground or park.

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    • n.
      a North American elm with coarsely textured leaves and rough outer bark. The mucilaginous inner ...

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    • ph.
      a course of action likely to lead to something bad or disastrous

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    • n.
      a North American elm with coarsely textured leaves and rough outer bark. The mucilaginous inner ...

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    • n.
      a kind of knot made fast by catching part of the rope beneath the loop, released by pulling on ...

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    • ph.
      too slippery to catch hold of or hold on to

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    • ph.
      too slippery to catch hold of or hold on to

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    • IPA[ˈslɪp(ə)ri]

    英式

    • adj.
      (of a surface or object) difficult to hold firmly or stand on because it is smooth, wet, or slimy: slippery ice her hand was slippery with sweat

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