slip out

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w>slip out

(= leave unobtrusively)kurz weggehen or rausgehen
(= be revealed)herauskommen; the secret slipped outdas Geheimnis ist ihm/ihr etc herausgerutscht
References in classic literature ?
Some of the colour had come back into his cheeks, though he still looked very sick and still continued to slip out and settle down as the ship banged about.
This absorbs the sweat so the bottle doesn't slip out of my hand.
After following a member home, a terrorist could simply wait in the shadows until late at night, then slip out and break into the trunk of the car.