Words nearby slippage
How to use slippage in a sentence
Range Rover debuted the first iteration in 1992, and now, 4x4s commonly integrate “intelligent” systems that use wheel sensors to relay data about wheel slippage to a computer that responds with optimal braking, torque, and transmission shifting.Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Your Truck’s Traction Settings|awise|November 22, 2021|Outside Online
It’s just that slippage — from tool to totemic object or, worse, toy — that made recent reports about the set of “Rust” so troubling.The ‘Rust’ scene that Alec Baldwin was rehearsing strikes a familiar and played-out chord|Ann Hornaday|October 28, 2021|Washington Post
Educators nationwide, concerned by widespread academic slippage seen during the pandemic, are offering expanded summer instruction in hopes that it will help children catch up by the fall.But ‘it’s break!’: Thousands of D.C.-area kids head to summer school, sometimes reluctantly|Hannah Natanson|July 9, 2021|Washington Post
Whether you’re in the gym or on a jog, these true wireless earbuds provide powerful audio without any slippage so you can exercise freely.Daily deals: Amazon Prime Day deals you won’t want to miss|Billy Cadden|June 16, 2021|Popular-Science
I’d prefer grippier nose pads—the Leggero requires more tension to prevent slippage when I’m working up a sweat.
Under George W. Bush, there was a little slippage: For example, $53,891 in 2004.
There will be, as you no doubt anticipate, some slippage in his spending.
Ehud Barak's party isn't expected to get enough votes to return him to the Knesset, and Netanyahu sees slippage in the polls.
An examination of the data shows that there has been no slippage in support for Obama from Catholics.In Polls, Obama Wins on Contraception Compromise, Catholics Hold Steady|Doug Schoen|February 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And it is the party of middle-class stagnation and slippage.
The fan and generator drive belt must be kept at sufficient tension to prevent slippage on the pulleys.
British Dictionary definitions for slippage
- an instance of not reaching a norm, target, etc
- the extent of this