slip lietuviškai

slip vertimas In 1) bot. ūgis, skiepas; 2) atžala, palikuonis; 3) ilga siaura juosta; 4) spaust. skiltis II 1. n 1) slydimas; 2) klaida; slip of the pen/tongue apsirikimas rašant, kalbant;2. v 1) slysti, paslysti; 2) (atsitiktinai) suklysti; to slip away a) išsmukti, išeiti (neatsisveikinus); b) praslinkti, bėgti (apie laiką); to slip in a) įsibrauti (apie klaidą); b) nepastebimai įeiti, įsmukti; to slip off numesti (drabužį); to slip onužsimesti (drabužį); to slip outišslysti; to slip up amer. suklysti

  • slip away (v.) pabėgti, bėgti, palikti, ištrūkti iš, pamėginti sprukti, bėgti nuo, eiti, būti tarp, praeiti, praslinkti
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (blunder) a socially awkward or tactless act
  • (error) a minor inadvertent mistake usually observed in speech, writing, or in small accidents, memory lapses, or so on
  • (potter's clay) potter's clay that is thinned and used for coating or decorating ceramics Type of: potter's clay
  • (stalk) a part (sometimes a root, leaf, or bud) removed from a plant to propagate a new plant through rooting or grafting
  • (young person) a young and slender person Type of: young person
  • (anchorage ground) a place where a craft can be made fast
  • (mishap) an accidental misstep threatening (or causing) a fall
  • (smoothness) a slippery smoothness
  • (artifact) artifact consisting of a narrow flat piece of material
  • (sheet of paper) a small sheet of paper
  • (undergarment) a woman's sleeveless undergarment
  • (bed linen) bed linen consisting of a cover for a pillow
  • (coast) an unexpected slide
  • (flight maneuver) a flight maneuver; aircraft slides sideways in the air
  • (evasion) the act of avoiding capture (especially by cunning)
  • (steal) to move stealthily
  • (insert) to insert inconspicuously, quickly, or quietly Type of: insert
  • (slue) to move obliquely or sideways, usually in an uncontrolled manner
  • (worsen) to get worse
  • (escape) to move smoothly and easily Type of: escape
  • (err) to make a mistake or be incorrect
  • (pass on) to pass on stealthily
  • (move easily) to move easily Type of: move
  • (cause, move, smooth) to cause to move with a smooth or sliding motion Type of: move
  • (forget) to pass out of one's memory
  • (dislocate) to move out of position

slip sinonimai shipway, slipway, ways, a slip of the tongue, band, bar, berth, blunder, card, case, chemise, cutting, eluding, elusion, error, failure, fault, faux pas, gaffe, gaucherie, index card, indiscretion, lapse, lapsus linguae, length, line, miscue, mistake, moorage, mooring, oversight, parapraxis, piece, pillowcase, pillow case, pillowcase/pillowslip, pillowslip, pillow slip, ribbon, scion, shift, shimmy, shred, sideslip, skid, slick, slickness, slip of paper, slip of the tongue, slipperiness, slip-up, solecism, strap, streak, strip, stripe, stumble, tape, teddy, trip, width, be mistaken, be mistaken about, be wrong, be wrong about, dislocate, drop away, drop off, elude for the moment, escape, escape one's memory, fall away, go astray, have forgotten, judge wrongly, luxate, make a mistake, miscalculate, misjudge, mistake, slip one's mind, slip out, slip up, sneak, splay, steal, stumble, trip up, err, elapse, expire, glide, glide by, go along, go by, intervene, lapse, pass, roll by, skid, slew, slide, slide by, slide off, slip away, slip by, slip off, slip past, slither, slue, tick away

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