Slip from - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
slip from something
to fall away from something; to lose one's step or grasp and fall from something. He slipped from the top step and fell down the other three. Ted slipped from the stool and fell on the floor.
References in periodicals archive
In previous work, a theoretical model for determining longitudinal tire slip from
striation marks was developed .
If the surface slip layer is lost, it usually gets replenished by slip from
the bulk of the film.