There are 2 translations of skid in Spanish:

skid1

Pronunciation: /skɪd/

n

  • 2 (for moving goods) rastra (f) to be on the skids [colloquial/familiar] ir* cuesta abajo to hit the skids empezar* a ir cuesta abajo to put the skids under sb hacerle* or (Esp) ponerle* la zancadilla a algn, (a)serrucharle el piso a algn (CS) that put the skids under our proposals eso dio al traste con nuestras propuestas
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    • Unmarked crates, heavy machinery, and piles upon piles of empty skids filled the most of it.
    • He constructed very long, rough wooden skids which he assembled into semi-geometric structures.
    • The lumber coming off the saw is bundled and tagged and stacked on a skid.
  • 3 (support) (AmE) larguero (m)
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    • Contrast that with a gas turbine, which is shipped on a skid and essentially needs only to be hooked up.
    • It had a shorter hinged shoulder support plate and a skid type bipod.

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There are 2 translations of skid in Spanish:

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vi (-dd-)

  • [car/plane/wheels] patinar, derrapar; [person] resbalarse; [object] deslizarse* the car skidded on the ice el coche patinó or derrapó en el hielo we skidded off the road/into a tree patinamos or derrapamos y nos salimos de la carretera/y chocamos contra un árbol the vehicle skidded to a halt el vehículo se detuvo tras dar un patinazo I skidded across the kitchen floor (me) resbalé y me fui de un lado al otro de la cocina
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    • His bike skidded sideways and hit the road divider.
    • It is understood that the vehicle skidded after avoiding a car involved in another accident, mounted the verge and became impaled on a pole projecting from a crash barrier.
    • The bike was skidding sideways, and it slammed into the branch.
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    • Her bare feet skidded and slid over the dirt, sandals long since broken in the fight.
    • I skidded, slipped, cursed, crashed, and generally regressed one full level in ability.
    • Begin your powder turn and then instead of hitting your edges hard to carve a turn, stand up on two feet and let your skis slide or skid diagonally across the fall line.

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