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to slip from sb.'s grasp jdm. entgleiten
to slip from sb.'s grasp [e.g. a book] [also fig.]jdm. entsinken [geh.] [auch fig.]
to slip in hineinschlüpfen
to slip inhereinschleichen
to slip in [also mistakes] sich einschleichen [auch Fehler]
to slip in [e.g. mistakes] unterlaufen [z. B. Fehler]
to slip in a word ein Wort einfließen lassen
to slip into / under sth. sich in / unter etw. schieben [Hände etc.]
to slip into a role in eine Rolle schlüpfen
to slip into gear [also fig.] anlaufen [zu laufen beginnen] [auch fig.]
to slip into one's clothes in die Kleider schlüpfen
to slip into sb.'s shoessich in die Lage von jdm. versetzen
to slip into etw. [Akk.] schlüpfen
to slip into the red in die Miesen rutschen [ugs.]
to slip into the red [fig.] ins Minus rutschen [fig.]
to slip its young werfen [Tiergeburt]
to slip off abrutschen
to slip offabschütteln
to slip off sich davonstehlen
to slip off abstreifen [Kleidungsstück]
to slip off abziehen [z. B. Ring]
to slip off abglitschen [ugs.] [abrutschen, abgleiten]
to slip off / away [coll.] [to depart]sich verkrümeln [ugs.] [sich entfernen]
to slip off sth. etw. rasch ausziehen
to slip (off) [flee] abhauen [ugs.]
to slip on anstecken [Hohlkörper, Ring]
to slip on a banana peelauf einer Bananenschale ausrutschen
to slip on a banana skinauf einer Bananenschale ausrutschen
to slip on a ring einen Ring überstreifen
to slip on sth.rasch etw. anziehen
to slip on the ice auf dem Eis schlittern
to slip one in [sl.] [make sexytime]einen wegstecken [vulg.]
to slip one's arm through sb.'s sich bei jdm. einhängen
to slip one's memory dem Gedächtnis entschwinden
to slip onto sb.'s lap auf jds. Schoß gleiten
to slip outausschlüpfen
to slip out entschlüpfen
to slip outherausrutschen
to slip out auskommen [Wort, Kichern etc.]
to slip out (of one's mouth) [a remark] jdm. herausrutschen [ugs.] [fig.] [eine Bemerkung]
to slip out of position verrutschen
to slip out of sb.'s mouth [words] jdm. entfahren [Worte]
to slip out of sth. aus etw. [Dat.] schlüpfen
to slip out of the houseaus dem Hause schlüpfen
to slip out of the room aus dem Raum hinausschleichen
to slip out of the room aus dem Zimmer schlüpfen
to slip over schlüpfen über
to slip over überstreifen
to slip overaufstecken [Hohlkörper, z. B. Hülse, Schlauch]
to slip sb. sth. jdm. etw. zustecken
to slip sb. sth. [coll.] [secretively administer] jdm. etw. unterjubeln [ugs.]
to slip sb. sth. [e.g. a drug in a spiked drink] jdm. etw. unterschieben [z. B. eine Droge in einem Getränk]
to slip sb.'s memory [idiom]jdm. entfallen [etw. vergessen]
to slip sb.'s mind [idiom]jdm. entfallen [vergessen]
to slip sth. inetw. einfließen lassen [Redewendung]
to slip sth. into sth. [poison into food etc.] heimlich etw. unter / in etw. mischen [Gift unters / ins Essen etc.]
to slip sth. on etw. aufstecken [Hohlkörper, z. B. Kappe, Muffe]
to slip sth. on [clothes] etw. überziehen [Kleidung]
to slip the attention der Aufmerksamkeit entgehen
to slip the clutchdie Kupplung schleifen lassen
to slip throughdurchschlüpfen
to slip throughentkommen
to slip through hindurchschlüpfen
to slip through [mistake] durchgehen [Fehler]
to slip through an inspection [sample inspection]durch eine Kontrolle schlüpfen [Strichprobenprüfung]
to slip through sb.'s fingers [idiom]jdm. durch die Lappen gehen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to slip through sb.'s net [idiom]jdm. durchs Netz gehen [Redewendung]
to slip to the floor zu Boden gleiten [Fußboden]
to slip to the groundzu Boden gleiten
to slip under the covers unter die Decke schlüpfen
to slip upsich vertun [ugs.]
to slip up einen Fehler begehen
to slit in Streifen schneiden
to slit schlitzen
to slitaufschlitzen
to slit [obs.] [to sever] trennen
to slit one's wristssich [Dat.] die Pulsadern aufschneiden
to slit one's wrists sich [Dat.] die Handgelenke aufschneiden
to slit open aufritzen
to slit openaufschlitzen
to slit open schlitzen
to slit sb.'s throatjdm. die Kehle durchschneiden
to slitherschlittern
to slither glitschen
to slitherschlickern [regional] [schlittern]
to slither [snake etc.] gleiten
to slither [snake] sich schlängeln [Schlange]
to slither fromentgleiten
to slither up hinaufgleiten
to slive aufteilen
to sliver abspalten
to sliverzersplittern
to sliver splitten
to sliver sth. [slice]etw. aufschneiden [in dünne Scheiben]
to slob around / out [Br.] [coll.]rumgammeln [ugs.]
to slobber geifern
to slobberherumalbern [ugs.]
to slobber sabbern [ugs.]
to slobber schlabbern [ugs.]
to slobbertrenzen [österr.] [sabbern]
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