slip\ away


slip\ away
1. I
how time slips away как незаметно летит время; youth (life) is slipping away молодость (жизнь) незаметно проходит
2. II
slip anas in some manner slip away quickly (early, etc.) незаметно и т.д. уйти /ускользнуть/; let's slip away quietly давайте улизнем потихоньку
3. XV
slip away in some manner slip away unseen /unnoticed/ ускользнуть незамеченным
4. XVI
slip away from smth., smb. slip away from the meeting (from the party, from the police, etc.) незаметно уйти /улизнуть/ с собрания и т.д.
5. XVII
slip away without doing smth. slip away without being seen (without saying goodbye, without paying, etc.) ускользнуть незаметно и т.д.
6. XXV
slip away while. .. (when...) they slipped away while (when) I was in the kitchen они улизнули, пока (когда) я был на кухне

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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