slip in
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slip in
transitive verb
[+comment, word] incluir
slip in a few questions about other things I might manage to slip in a round of golf before the meeting skillfully Bush slipped in a reference to his own military service to slip sth in
(sneak in) entrar desapercibido; (enter quickly) entrar deprisa or rápidamente
Taggart slipped in and his host shut the door quickly behind him The gates creaked open and Mari slipped in behind Nick before they clanged shut again he had slipped in unnoticed they slipped in through a hole in the wall I suspect he'd slipped in for a nap I wanted just to slip in as if I'd never been away
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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