slip (one) five

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slip (one) five

1. slang To shake one's hand. He held up his hand waiting for me to slip him five, but I pretended like I didn't see it. The politicians huddled together with the corporate lobbyists in the corner of the conference hall, slipping each other five with little knowing winks and nods.
2. slang To slap hands with one in an informal show of celebration, congratulation, or friendship; to give one five. Hey man, what's up? Slip me five! The players stood in a row, slipping each of their teammates five as they ran past.
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slip me five

slang To slap hands with one in an amicable fashion; to give one five. Hey man, what's up? Slip me five!
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slip someone five

Sl. to shake someone's hand. Billy slipped me five, and we sat down to discuss old times. Come on, man, slip me five!
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slip someone five

tv. to shake someone’s hand. Billy slipped me five, and we sat down to discuss old times.
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