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Slip or SLIP (Not IF Related) may refer to:

mechanical technology[edit]

Relating to movement of physical matter[edit]

  • Slip (aerodynamics), an aerodynamic state in which an aircraft is moving sideways as well as forward relative to the oncoming airflow
  • Slip (materials science), the process by which a dislocation motion produces plastic deformation
  • Slip (vehicle dynamics), shortened form of tire slip, referring to the angle of a plane perpendicular to the axis of the tire and a line representing the position of the treads of the patch in contact with the road
  • Slip, the relative movement of geological features present on either side of a fault plane
  • Slip, commonly used in New Zealand as an abbreviation for land slip (landslide).

In computing[edit]

In psychology[edit]

  • Slip (treatment), a temporary return to a negative behavior after therapy intended to correct that behavior
  • Freudian slip, an error in speech, memory or physical action that arises from the unconscious mind

In entertainment[edit]

Other uses[edit]

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