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slide British & World English

Move smoothly along a surface while maintaining continuous contact with it

slide English Thesaurus

the glass slid across the table

cross-slide British & World English

A sliding part on a lathe or planing machine which is supported by the saddle and carries the tool in a direction at right angles to the bed of the machine

death slide British & World English

Another term for zip line.

power slide British & World English

A deliberate controlled skid in a vehicle, performed in order to turn corners at high speed

slide rule British & World English

A ruler with a sliding central strip, marked with logarithmic scales and used for making rapid calculations, especially multiplication and division

slide show British & World English

A presentation supplemented by or based on a display of projected images or photographic slides

slide valve British & World English

A piece that opens and closes an aperture by sliding across it

tail slide British & World English

A backward movement of an aircraft from a vertical stalled position

water slide British & World English

A slide into a swimming pool, typically flowing with water and incorporating a number of twists and turns

foefie slide British & World English

A rope or cable with a suspended handle or pulley by means of which one may slide between two points

lantern slide British & World English

A mounted photographic transparency for projection by a magic lantern

slide guitar British & World English

A style of guitar playing in which a glissando effect is produced by moving a bottleneck or similar device over the strings, used especially in blues

slide fastener British & World English

A zip fastener or similar fastening device

slide projector British & World English

A piece of equipment used for displaying photographic slides on a screen

slide duplicator British & World English

An optical device attached to the front of a camera lens for rephotographing a transparency

let something slide British & World English

Negligently allow something to deteriorate

hydroslide British & World English

A water slide into a swimming pool

rockslide British & World English

An avalanche of rock or other stony material

slide copier in slide duplicator British & World English

An optical device attached to the front of a camera lens for rephotographing a transparency

let something slide in slide British & World English

Negligently allow something to deteriorate