slope off

Definition

Slang

  • verb to leave, depart surreptitiously. This colloquialism derives from the 19th-century slang use of ‘slope’ to mean decamp or sneak away. The term originated in the USA. It is either from the Dutch sloop, meaning to steal away, or from the standard verb.
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