slip\ out


slip\ out
1. I
he managed to slip out ему удалось выскользнуть /незаметно уйти/; the secret slipped out секрет раскрылся; he let the name (an oath) slip out имя (проклятие) сорвалось у него с языка
2. II
slip out in some manner they slipped out one by one они один за другим тихонько исчезали /уходили/
3. XIII
slip out to do smth. I must slip out to post a letter мне надо незаметно уйти и /, чтобы/ отправить письмо

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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