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
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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.
A few hours of bails and slip outs later, I managed to ride away from a couple of ollies.