sneak past

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sneak past (third-person singular simple present sneaks past, present participle sneaking past, simple past and past participle sneaked past or (informal) snuck past)

  1. To get through or successfully go around an inspection, guard or bureaucratic hurdle.
    It might be seen as inappropriate, but I'll sneak it past human resources.