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slip·py

 (slĭp′ē)
adj.
Slippery.

slip′pi·ly adv.
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slippy

(ˈslɪpɪ)
adj, -pier or -piest
1. informal or dialect another word for slippery1, slippery2
2. informal Brit alert; quick
ˈslippiness n
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slip•py

(ˈslɪp i)

adj. -pi•er, -pi•est.
Informal. slippery.
[1540–50]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.slippy - causing or tending to cause things to slip or slide; "slippery sidewalks"; "a slippery bar of soap"; "the streets are still slippy from the rain"
smooth - having a surface free from roughness or bumps or ridges or irregularities; "smooth skin"; "a smooth tabletop"; "smooth fabric"; "a smooth road"; "water as smooth as a mirror"
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Translations

slippy

[ˈslɪpɪ] ADV (Brit) to be slippy; look slippy about itdarse prisa, menearse
look slippy!¡menearse!
we shall have to look slippytendremos que darnos prisa
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slippy

adj (inf)
(= slippery)glatt
(esp Brit) to look slippyeinen Zahn zulegen (inf)(about sth bei etw); … and look slippy (about it)!und zwar flott or ein bisschen dalli! (inf)
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slippy

[ˈslɪpɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (fam) → scivoloso/a
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
References in classic literature ?
In doing which she lost her temper, or mislaid it for an instant; for, the water being uncomfortably cold, and in that slippy, slushy, sleety sort of state wherein it seems to penetrate through every kind of substance, patten rings included-- had laid hold of Mrs.
Look slippy.' It was wrong, of course, for Paul to slip and spill an order of scrambled eggs down the brute's coatsleeve, but who can blame him?
MAGICAL BALE is 6-4 favourite with the sponsors to end the unbeaten competition records of Killmacdonagh and Slippy Cian in Saturday's hot third quarterfinal of the BoyleSports Irish Derby at Shelbourne Park, writes Jonathan Kay.
IN RESPONSE to @snsgroup's tweet featuring photos of Brendan Rodgers, Derek McInnes, Steven Gerrard and Neil Lennon in training under the caption "BOSSING IT", @DmanDaymandman said: "Yet rodgers still has won mire league medals than slippy g."
Summary: The Welsh group are best known for their 1996 song 'Born Slippy. NUXX'
"It was just so warm that people were chucking water all over themselves and the turns got really slippy," he said.
Angela Leith had the rug pulled from under her feet when her carpet became slippy, causing her to fall.
ICE RINK CLOSED - TOO SLIPPY FOR SKATERS ICE rink sessions at Venue Cymru were cancelled because the surface was too slippy.
Jake Zukowski, assistant creative director at Frog Design, coined the term "slippy UX" to describe designing interactions that are very brief, have a low focus of attention, and require minimal copy.
Celtic boss Deila said: "This pitch is slippy, very different from what you play on normally.
Locals complained of the "slippy" road surface with one man describing it as like a "bobsleigh run."
THREE men in their thirties had a lucky escape after the Mazda estate they were travelling in hit a slippy patch of road and flipped over on the A174 westbound last night.