sleep around; sleep in; slice off; slice up; slip away; slip by; slip in

sleep around
跟很多人發生性關係;濫交
He’s slept around a lot since his divorce.

sleep in
睡懶覺;晚起床
Let’s sleep in tomorrow morning – we won’t have another chance for weeks.

slice * off +
切下;減少
They sliced 10% off the original price.

slice * up +
全部切成片或切成塊
I sliced the cake up and handed it round to the people there.

slip away
溜,溜走
They managed to slip away early.

slip away
(時間) 悄然地消逝,不知不覺地過去
Three years has slipped away since her husband’s death.

slip away
錯過或失去 (成功、致勝等的) 機會或希望
Their hopes of getting back into the game slipped away after the second goal.

slip by
(時間) 悄然地消逝,不知不覺地過去
Three years has slipped by since her husband’s death.

slip by
錯過或失去 (成功、致勝等的) 機會或希望
Mary had the chance to switch jobs, but she let it slip by.

slip * in +
(不引人注意地) 插入 (話題)
He slipped in a mention of his exam results to remind us how well he did.

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