a surface that slopes; a piece of ground going up or down
a degree of sloping; a measure of an angle from the level direction
slant; have a slope; go up〔down〕 at an angle
"he climbed the steep slope"
"the house was built on the side of a mountain"
"a five-degree gradient"
"The terrain sloped down"
Vineyards on a slope..are generally superior to those on a plain.sssss J. Farris
出自： P. V. Price
A shaft of light..sloped from roof to floor.
出自： V. Woolf
A road which sloped, surprisingly steeply, downwards.
出自： A. N. Wilson
You can slope off..and leave me.
出自： P. Lively
When you get tired of your responsibilities you can slope off.
出自： A. Macrae
The outside the bank, sloped off when he saw a policeman approaching.
Don't think you can slope off just because my back's turned.
Let's slope off somewhere quiet and have a cigarette.