Latin English Dictionary

latine - English

defluxit in English:

1. slipped slipped

I'm sorry to be so late. The meeting completely slipped my mind.
The months slipped by and still there was no news of him.
I hurt my eye when my contact slipped out of place.
My tongue slipped.
It's not as if an emissary from outer space will have slipped into school uniform and be loitering around seeking a partner.
Then I slipped out the card. No water leaks out because no air can come in; the rim is too close to the table for that.
As the road was wet, the car must have slipped sideways.
I slipped and hurt myself while I was clearing the road of snow this morning.
Practising sword throwing? "It just slipped out of my hands."
When I tried to set the glass down in the sink my hand slipped and it shattered to pieces.
He was still mumbling something about hospitals at the end of the party when he slipped on a piece of ice and broke his left leg.
And then Vicky went up to stop you, and she slipped.
I was pressed by their questioning and slipped into telling an obvious lie.
It was a terrible confusion; Sue slipped later in the water. They're all mad at you.
We will never forget them, nor the last time we saw them, this morning, as they prepared for their journey and waved goodbye and "slipped the surly bonds of earth" to "touch the face of God.