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Idioms with Letter S (Sl – Sw)

Slacken off: to slacken or lessen; to become less intense: Slice and dice: divide and organise information into smaller parts to better analyse it in various ways ways: Slip through the cracks: to escape notice or lack sufficient attention:

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