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Context MattersPlay
Use 'slippery' to describe surfaces when warning someone about potential danger. SlideCareful on the deck, it's slippery from the rain.
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Weather RelatedPlay
'Slippery' often describes roads or paths in weather reports, especially in winter or rain. SlideListen to the weather forecast—they said it'll be slippery tonight.
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Figurative UsePlay
'Slippery' can describe situations or tasks that aren't literally slippery but are hard to carry out. SlideNegotiating the contract was a slippery ordeal.