to slip on
put on with ease or speed
"slip on one's shoes"
- Slip on your shoes.
- It's the first time I slip on a banana split.
- You can slip through the fence on all fours.
- Everyone in the room burst out laughing when they saw Tom slip on the banana peel.
- His broken arm was the result of a slip on the ice.
- In the winter, many older people slip on ice and fall down.
- This kind of shoe is apt to slip on wet ground.
- It's a good idea to bring something to slip on over your bathing suit.
- If you're not careful, you might slip and fall on the icy steps.
- He knows that his critics are waiting to pounce on any slip that he makes.
- If you sleep on your back it's easier for your upper airway to be obstructed because your tongue, uvula, etc. slip towards the back of your throat.
- The stages of psychosexual development—oral, anal, phallic, latent, and genital—turn out to be one big Freudian slip, betraying severe anal retention on the part of the taxonomist.
- anti-slip provision on brake pedal missing, loose or worn smooth
- Anti-slip provision on brake pedal missing, loose or worn smooth.
- The requirements of sections 5.3.1, 5.3.2 and 5.3.3 are based on a traditional design of ballasted track with Vignole (flat-bottom) rail on concrete sleepers and fastening providing resistance to longitudinal slip by bearing on the rail foot.