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  1. slip

    • IPA[slɪp]

    英式

    • v.
      lose one's footing and slide unintentionally for a short distance;(of an object) accidentally slide or move out of position or from someone's grasp
    • n.
      an act of sliding unintentionally for a short distance;relative movement of an object or surface and a solid surface in contact with it.
    • verb: slip, 3rd person present: slips, gerund or present participle: slipping, past tense: slipped, past participle: slipped

    • noun: slip, plural noun: slips

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    • 1. an act of sliding unintentionally for a short distance a single slip could send them plummeting down the mountainside 同義詞 false step, misstep, slide, skid, fall, ... 更多
    • relative movement of an object or surface and a solid surface in contact with it.
    • a reduction in the movement of a pulley or other mechanism due to slipping of the belt, rope, etc.
    • a sideways movement of an aircraft in flight, typically downwards towards the centre of curvature of a turn the slip is used to get rid of excess height the effects of slight slip on turns
    • the extent of relative horizontal displacement of corresponding points on either side of a fault plane a slip plane
    • 2. a fall to a lower level or standard a continued slip in house prices
    • a minor or careless mistake the judge made a slip in his summing up
    • 3. a loose-fitting garment, typically a short petticoat a silk slip a slip dress 同義詞 underskirt, petticoat, underslip, half-slip
    • 4. a fielding position (often one of two or more in an arc) close behind the batter on the off side, for catching balls edged by the batter he was caught in the slips for 32 King is at first slip
    • a fielder at slip.
    • 5. short for slipway
    • 6. a leash which enables a dog to be released quickly Tommy bolted off like a greyhound released from the slips
    • 7. short for slip stitch