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slide off (third-person singular simple present slides off, present participle sliding off, simple past and past participle slid off)

  1. To leave a place, a meeting, etc., without being noticed; to slip away, slip off.
    I'm going to try to slide off from work early, if I can.
  2. Used other than as an idiom: see slide,‎ off.
    Make sure your cup doesn't slide off the tray.

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