Definition of power slide in English:

power slide

Syllabification: pow·er slide

noun

A deliberate controlled skid in a vehicle, usually done in order to turn corners at high speed.
More example sentences
  • The basic repertoire of stopping techniques includes the brake-pad, the T-stop, spinouts, and the power slide.
  • If you go really fast - and I'm talking now about ‘tired of living’ fast - the back loses traction and you are presented with an easy-to-control power slide.
  • He hits the gas and cranks the wheel hard to the left, throwing his rented car into a four-wheel power slide around a muddy hairpin curve.

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