slip / slɪp /


slip4 个定义

v. 无主动词 verb

slipped or slipt [slipt]; /slɪpt/; slipped; slip·ping.

  1. to move, flow, pass, or go smoothly or easily; glide; slide: Water slips off a smooth surface.
  2. to slide suddenly or involuntarily; to lose one's foothold, as on a smooth surface: She slipped on the icy ground.
  3. to move, slide, or start gradually from a place or position: His hat had slipped over his eyes.
v. 有主动词 verb

slipped or slipt [slipt]; /slɪpt/; slipped; slip·ping.

  1. to cause to move, pass, go, etc., with a smooth, easy, or sliding motion.
  2. to put, place, pass, insert, or withdraw quickly or stealthily: to slip a letter into a person's hand.
  3. to put on or take off easily or quickly: He slipped the shirt over his head.
n. 名词 noun
  1. an act or instance of slipping.
  2. a sudden losing of one's foothold, as on slippery ground.
  3. a mistake in judgment; blunder.
v. 动词组 verb
  1. slip away, to depart quietly or unobtrusively; steal recede; slowly vanish: All those facts I had memorized just slipped away.
  2. slip up, to make an error; fail: I slipped up and put the letter in the wrong envelope.

slip 近义词

n. 名词 noun

error, goof

n. 名词 noun

piece of paper

slip 的近义词 8
slip 的反义词 3
v. 动词 verb

fall; glide

v. 动词 verb



  • slip a cog
  • slip of the lip
  • slip one's mind
  • slip out
  • slip something over on
  • slip through one's fingers
  • slip up
  • give the slip
  • let slip


  1. The man stuffs the slip in his wallet, where it’s soon forgotten.
  2. Your stay comes with a slip on Lake Glenville, where you can launch the property’s complimentary canoe, kayak, and SUPs.
  3. When it was delayed until late August, military officials did not cite a reason for the schedule slip.
  4. I’m using an iPhone 11 Pro, but based on the rigidity of the tension on the swivel, I have no doubt that people with larger phones—like the 11 Pro Max—won’t see any slips either.
  5. There are other drawbacks to this as well—doing burpees and other similar movements on a hard surface can hurt you, not to mention that accumulated sweat on wooden or ceramic floors pose a serious slip hazard.
  6. Block 3F is slated for release in 2019, but who knows how much that will slip?
  7. Less than a minute into her big break, Slate let slip a highly audible F-bomb instead of the scripted “freaking.”
  8. I know that Detroit is losing market share in auto sales, but how did they let the Motown sound slip out of their hands?
  9. Both Time and CNN reinstated Zakaria after determining the slip-up was “an isolated incident.”
  10. To his fellow survivors and to the audience, this delusion indicates another slip on a downward spiral.
  11. Q was a Queen, who wore a silk slip; R was a Robber, and wanted a whip.
  12. So my mother begged me to slip into the Rooms, with what was left, and try to get something back.
  13. What the economist does is to slip out of the difficulty altogether by begging the whole question.
  14. Only then did I own that by hook or by crook—and mostly by crook, I was forced to suspect—they had purposely given me the slip.
  15. It's easy for a prisoner t' slip a note to a friend that happens t' be mountin' guard.