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to slight sb. jdn. geringschätzig behandeln
to slight sb.jdn. vernachlässigen
to slight sb. [disregard]jdn. zurücksetzen [fig.]
to slight sb. [to offend] jdn. kränken
to slimabnehmen [Gewicht verlieren]
to slim abspecken [ugs.]
to slim schlank werden
to slim an Gewicht abnehmen
to slimauf schlank machen
to slimeine Schlankheitskur machen
to slimSchlankheitsdiät einhalten
to slim downschlanker machen
to slim down [person]abspecken [ugs.]
to slim down [person] abnehmen [Gewicht]
to slim down sth. [a business] etw. verschlanken [einen Betrieb]
to slingschleudern
to sling schmeißen [ugs.]
to sling werfen [schleudern]
to sling a hammock eine Hängematte aufhängen
to sling a rifle over one's shoulder sich [Dat.] ein Gewehr überhängen
to sling mud at sb. [fig.] [coll.] jdn. mit Dreck bewerfen [fig.] [ugs.]
to sling one's hook [Br.] [sl.] [idiom] [leave] Leine ziehen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [sich davonmachen]
to sling out sb./sth. [coll.] jdn./etw. rausschmeißen [ugs.]
to sling out sb./sth. [coll.]jdn./etw. rauswerfen [ugs.]
to sling sth. at sb./sth. etw. [Akk.] auf jdn./etw. schleudern
to sling sth. away etw. wegschleudern
to sling sth. away etw. wegschmeißen
to slink schleichen
to slink away davonschleichen
to slink away sich heimlich entfernen
to slink back sich zurückstehlen [ugs.]
to slink off davonschleichen
to slip ausgleiten
to slipausrutschen
to sliprutschen
to slipverrutschen
to slip abgleiten
to slip flutschen [ugs.] [rutschen]
to slipwitschen [ugs.]
to slip schlupfen [südd.] [österr.]
to slip [decline]fallen [Standards, Moral etc.]
to slip [escape from] sich losreißen
to slip [fig.] nachlassen
to slip [from hands, control etc.] entgleiten
to slip [into sth.]schlüpfen
to slip [knitting]abheben [beim Stricken]
to slip [make a mistake] einen Fehler machen
to slip [release]losmachen
to slip [slide]gleiten
to slip [stumble, make a mistake]einen Fehltritt begehen
to slip / pull sth. over sth.etw. über etw. streifen
to slip a cog [make a mistake] [fig.] einen Fehler machen
to slip a few cogs [get senile] [fig.] [sl.]einige Schrauben locker haben [geistig senil werden] [ugs.] [pej.]
to slip and fall ausrutschen und hinfallen
to slip arse-over-tit [Br.] [vulg.] auf den Arsch fallen
to slip away davonschlüpfen
to slip awayentschlüpfen
to slip away sich [Akk.] heimlich davonmachen
to slip awayweggleiten
to slip awaywegschlüpfen [ugs.]
to slip away [bolt] sich davonmachen
to slip away [time]hingleiten [geh.] [vergehen]
to slip away (from sb./sth.) (jdm./etw.) entwischen [ugs.]
to slip away (from sb./sth.)(jdm./etw.) entgleiten
to slip back nachgeben
to slip by vorbeischlüpfen
to slip by vorübergehen
to slip down herunterstreifen [Kleidungsstück]
to slip down [away from observer] hinuntergleiten
to slip down [towards observer]heruntergleiten
to slip down sth.etw. herunterstreifen [Kleidungsstück]
to slip (down) to abrutschen auf
to slip free from sth.aus etw. [Dat.] herausrutschen [herausgleiten]
to slip from crisis to crisis von einer Krise in die nächste schlittern
to slip from sb.'s graspjdm. entgleiten
to slip from sb.'s grasp [e.g. a book] [also fig.]jdm. entsinken [geh.] [auch fig.]
to slip inhineinschlüpfen
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 rolein 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 sth. in 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 off abschütteln
to slip offsich [Akk.] davonstehlen
to slip off abstreifen [Kleidungsstück]
to slip off abziehen [z. B. Ring]
to slip offabglitschen [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]
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