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slide
British English: /slʌɪd/
American English: /slaɪd/

Translation of slide in Italian:

noun

  • 2 (Photography) holiday slides
    diapositive delle vacanze
    lecture with slides
    conferenza con diapositive

transitive verb pass., p.pass. slid

  • (move)
    fare entrare, infilare
    (bolt, component)
    to slide something forward
    fare scivolare o scorrere qualcosa in avanti
    they slid the boat into the water
    hanno spinto o fatto scivolare la barca in acqua
    to slide a letter into an envelope, under the door
    infilare una lettera in una busta, sotto la porta
    to slide a key into one's pocket to slide a sword out of its scabbard

intransitive verb pass., p.pass. slid

  • 2 (move) See examples:to slide down
    (person, car)
    scivolare giù per
    (slope)
    (person) (bannister)
    (earth, rocks)
    to slide in and out
    (drawer, component)
    to slide up and down
    (window)
    scorrere su e giù
    to slide out of, into
    infilarsi in, uscire da
    (sports car seat)
  • 3 (decline)
    (prices, shares)
    essere in ribasso
    the economy is sliding into recession
    l'economia è in ribasso o sta scivolando in una fase di recessione
    to let something slide [figurative]
    lasciare andare alla deriva qualcosa
    after his wife's death he let things slide
    dopo la morte di sua moglie ha lasciato andare tutto

Phrasal verbs

slide away

slide back:

slide [something] back, slide back [something]
andare indietro con, tirare indietro
(car seat)
(bolt)
(hatch, sunroof)

slide out

(drawer)
aprirsi
(component)
essere estraibile

Definition of slide in:

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