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to slip out herausrutschen
to slip out auskommen [Wort, Kichern etc.]
to slip out [also fig.]rausrutschen [ugs.] [auch fig.] [herausrutschen]
to slip out [leave a place/gathering quietly] rauswitschen [regional] [ugs.]
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 roomaus dem Raum hinausschleichen
to slip out of the roomaus dem Zimmer schlüpfen
to slip over schlüpfen über
to slip over überstreifen
to slip over aufstecken [Hohlkörper, z. B. Hülse, Schlauch]
to slip past (sb./sth.) (an jdm./etw.) vorbeigleiten [vorübergleiten]
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. in etw. 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. onetw. aufstecken [Hohlkörper, z. B. Kappe, Muffe]
to slip sth. on [clothes]etw. [Akk.] überziehen [Kleidung]
to slip the attention der Aufmerksamkeit entgehen
to slip the clutch die Kupplung schleifen lassen
to slip throughdurchschlüpfen
to slip throughentkommen
to slip throughhindurchschlüpfen
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 coversunter die Decke schlüpfen
to slip upsich vertun [ugs.]
to slip upeinen Fehler begehen
to slitin Streifen schneiden
to slitschlitzen
to slit aufschlitzen
to slit [obs.] [to sever]trennen
to slit one's wrists sich [Dat.] die Pulsadern aufschneiden
to slit one's wrists sich [Dat.] die Handgelenke aufschneiden
to slit openaufritzen
to slit open aufschlitzen
to slit open schlitzen
to slit sb.'s throat jdm. die Kehle durchschneiden
to slitherschlittern
to slitherglitschen
to slither schlickern [regional] [schlittern]
to slither [snake etc.] gleiten
to slither [snake] sich schlängeln [Schlange]
to slither from sb./sth. jdm./etw. entgleiten
to slither up hinaufgleiten
to sliveaufteilen
to sliver abspalten
to sliver zersplittern
to sliver splitten
to sliver sth. [slice] etw. aufschneiden [in dünne Scheiben]
to slob around / out [Br.] [coll.] rumgammeln [ugs.]
to slobbergeifern
to slobber herumalbern [ugs.]
to slobbersabbern [ugs.]
to slobberschlabbern [ugs.]
to slobber trenzen [österr.] [sabbern]
to slobber on sth.etw. [Akk.] beslabbern [Plattdeutsch]
to slobber over sb. von jdm. schwärmen
to slobber over sb.jdn. abküssen
to slobber over sb. [coll.] [fig.] [kiss]jdn. abbusseln [österr.] [südd.] [ugs.] [abküssen]
to slobber over sth. etw. anschmachten
to slobber over sth. [sl.]sich an etw. [Dat.] aufgeilen
to slogverprügeln
to slogsich abplagen
to slog [fig.] [cram for exams]büffeln [ugs.]
to slog [fig.] [work doggedly] schuften [ugs.]
to slog along sich dahinschleppen
to slog along [move with difficulty] sich schleppen [bes. Person]
to slog away [coll.] klotzen [ugs.] [hart arbeiten]
to slog away [coll.]sich abrackern [ugs.]
to slog away [coll.] malochen [ugs.]
to slog away at / on sth. [coll.]sich mit etw. [Dat.] abmühen
to slog away at sth. [coll.]sich [Akk.] mit etw. [Dat.] abplagen
to slog on [coll.] [continue walking]weiterlatschen [ugs.]
to slog on [coll.] [continue working]weitermachen [mit der Arbeit]
to slog one's guts out [coll.] [idiom] sich [Dat.] die Seele aus dem Leib ackern [Redewendung]
to slog one's guts out [coll.] [idiom]sich [Akk.] kaputtarbeiten [ugs.]
to slog sb. [hit forcefully] jdn. dreschen [ugs.] [verdreschen]
to slog sth. out [coll.] [idiom]etw. [Akk.] bis zum Ende durchstehen
to slog the ball [coll.] den Ball schleudern
to slog through sich durchschlagen
to slog through sth. sich durch etw. schlagen
to sloganeer Slogans kreieren / benutzen
to slop [feed pigs]Schweine füttern [mit Futterbrei aus Küchenabfällen oder Kleie]
to slop a liquideine Flüssigkeit verschütten
to slop around [liquid] herumschwappen [Flüssigkeit]
to slop (around) [gait]herumschlurfen
to slop out of sth. [liquid] aus etw. [Dat.] schwappen
to slop over [liquid] überschwappen
to slope abschrägen
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