This page is about the phrasal verb nip out.
Meaning: If you nip out, you leave wherever you are for a short time.Synonym: go out, pop out (informal), nick out (Austrlian informal)
- nip out Cheryl's just nipped out to the bank. She'll be back in a minute.
- nip out I must have nipped out for a minute when you called.
Jake has just nipped out, but he'll be back
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Contributor: Matt Errey