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Definition of the verb slip off
What does slip off mean as a doing phrase?
- take off with ease or speed
Alternative definition of the verb slip off
- To leave a place, or a meeting, without being noticed
- synonym: slide off
- To remove an article of clothing
- synonym: slip away
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for slip off
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Wisden Dictionary of Cricket (2009)
by Michael Rundell
See FIELDING POSITIONS vb to ' run' the ball towards slip off the angled face of a straight bat (obsolete): 'Strokes ...
—Slip off ...
by Brent Douglas Galloway
c=|c3p//, ABDF /'slip off (one'sfeet, hands, w w w bottom), lose balance'/, possibly <=ép> on the bottom, possibly < metathesis type 1> noncontinuative, possibly <xwe=> become, get, possibly <=B = ...
by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer
To slip off, to throw off hastily. To slip out of, to extricate oneself with a fluke.
by Cora Sylestine, Heather K. Hardy, Timothy Montler
slip away to slip off, slip away: taioffi. slip in ...
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Slip off Meaning
Video shows what slip off means. To leave a place, or a meeting, without being noticed. To remove an article of clothing. Slip off Meaning. How to pronounce ...
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Quotes about slip off
If I was a cowboy in a lynch mob, I think I'd try to stay near the back. That way, if somebody shamed us into disbanding, I could sort of slip off to the side and pretend I was window-shopping or something. (Jack Handey)