slip

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Definizione monolingua slip


slip


Verb

slip (third-person singular simple present slips, present participle slipping, simple past and past participle slipped)


  1. To lose ones traction on a slippery surface; to slide due to a lack of friction.
  2. To err.
  3. To pass (a note, money, etc.) often covertly
  4. To move quickly and often secretively
    • 1883, Robert Louis Stevenson, Treasure Island
      We slipped along the hedges, noiseless and swift...
  5. To worsen.
    Profits have slipped over the past 6 months.
  6. (figuratively) To move down; to slide.
    • 2010 December 28, Marc Vesty, “Stoke 0 - 2 Fulham”, BBC:
      The Cottagers had previously gone eight games without a win and had slipped into the relegation zone over Christmas, with boss Hughes criticised by fans after their 3-1 home defeat by fellow basement battlers West Ham on Boxing Day.
  7. (falconry) To release a bird of prey to go after a quarry.
  8. (cooking) To remove the skin of a soft fruit, such as a tomato or peach, by blanching briefly in boiling water, then transferring to cold water so that the skin peels, or slips, off easily.
Noun

slip (uncountable)


  1. (obsolete) Mud, slime.
  2. In ceramics, a thin, slippery mix of clay and water.
Adjective

slip (Cyrillic spelling ????)


  1. (Chakavian, Ikavian) blind
    • 1375, N.N., Muka svete Margarite (transcribed from Glagolitic original):
      Slipi jeste [luduju?i],
      vaše boge veruju?i
      kî nigdare vas ne sliše
      ni vas koga [kad] utiše.
    • Late C15, early C16, Šiško Men?eti?, Ako ?eš, Stijepo moj, za mene što stvorit:
      Ter je prem sasma slip tko ne zri suna?ce
    • 1546, Petar Zorani?, Planine:
      To j uzrok da travi tako slip bog ljubven,
      a ne kako pravi tkogod nenau?en.
    • 1559, Marin Drži?, Hekuba:
      Ma ovo nadvor gre u srdžbi i u gnijevu vas,
      krv s o?i slipih tre, s oružjem gre put nas;
    • 1630s, Ivan Gunduli?, Osman:
      I gdi unutri o mrak slipi
      Nepoznat se junak hvata
    • 1759, Antun Kanižli?
      Zato slipi, koji sri?i tamjan nose
      i u tugah svojih pomo? od nje prose;
      slipi, koji scine, da je ona ku?a,
      gdi ona prosine, svitla i mogu?a,
      i da dili blago slipa vila svima,
      i kad joj je drago, opet uzme njima.
    • 1762, Matija Antun Relkovi?, Satir iliti divji ?ovik:
      Zar ste slipi, tere ne vidite?


Definizione italiano>inglese slip

scivolare
  Cadere a terra (specie in modo inatteso) a causa di un pavimento scivoloso, liscio o fangoso.
  To fall over (usually unexpectedly) onto the ground or floor, due to the floor being slippery, smooth or slimy.
errore
  error
sbaglio
  error
sottoveste
  women’s undergarment
svista
  error
allungare
calare
decadere
federa
frana
innesto
lapsus
latte coagulato
mutande
ordito
passare
quinta
scappare
scivolata
scivolone
scontrino
scorrimento
sdrucciolare
sfuggire
sgusciare
slittamento
slittare
smottamento
striscia
vizio

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