Phrasal Verbs with SLIP

slip up
to make a mistake
Someone had slipped up on the order.

slip out
to be said by mistake
I didn’t mean to say that. It just slipped out.

slip into
to gradually start to be in a bad state or situation
The economy may be slipping into a recession.

slip away
to leave a place secretly or without anyone noticing
He managed to slip away from the party.

slip away
to disappear; to no longer be available
Their chance of winning the competition slipped away.