slope off

Translations

w>slope off

vi (inf)abziehen (inf)
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They came upon the valleys of Nukuheva on one side of the bay, where the highlands slope off into the sea.
slope off for a romantic break SWEEP your partner off their feet and onto the piste this Valentine's Day with a romantic seven night stay at the charming three-diamond Chalet Anna, in the snow-sure resort of La Plagne, France.
The perfect setting for romance slope off for a romantic break SWEEP your partner off their feet and onto the piste this Valentine's Day with a romantic seven night stay at the charming three-diamond Chalet Anna, in the snow-sure resort of La Plagne, France.
SLOPE OFF FOR A ROMANTIC BREAK SWEEP your partner off their feet and onto the piste this Valentine's Day with a romantic seven-night stay at the charming three-diamond Chalet Anna, in the snow-sure resort of La Plagne, France.
But he'd better not slope off when the baby arrives.
I have long envied the PS300 daily pocket money of the Lords' members, allowing them to clock in with no timesheets and then slope off to their daily pursuits in pubs, clubs, and cafes etc.
We didn't slope off when Mr Hitler knocked on our door in 1939.
How we used to just say 'I'll meet you outside WHSmiths at three,' and if your mate wasn't there you'd slope off home?
It is designed to develop a 30-degree slope off the edge of the mat.
Measurements will be taken at 22 moorings on the continental slope off Africa, either side of the mid-Atlantic ridge, and on the continental slope off the United States.
Rescuers pulled a 300-pound man from a wrecked vehicle a day after it tumbled down a 100-foot slope off a dirt road northwest of Junction City.
But,-Let a Welshman speak Cymraeg to a Welshman in Cardiff,and they slope off with a silly, superior sniff.