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slide /slaɪd/ verb (past tense and past participle slid /slɪd/)

Irregular Forms: (slid)(slidden)

حرکت از پهلو، لیزخوردن از پهلو (با کنترل راننده)، اسلاید (شفاف)، سرسره گهواره توپ، صفحه لغزنده، چهارچوب، ریل لغزنده، خط کش، طوقه لغزنده، لغزش، سرازیری، سراشیبی، ریزش، سرسره، کشو، اسباب لغزنده، سورتمه، تبدیل تلفظ حرفی به حرف دیگری، لغزنده، سرخونده، پس وپیش رونده، لغزیدن، سریدن، سراندن، علوم مهندسی: لغزیدن، کامپیوتر: اسلاید، ورزش: لیزخوردن از پهلو، علوم نظامی: غلاف متحرک

: slide (am)

واریز، معماری: ریزش
ارسال ایمیل
الکترونیک: اسلاید، کامپیوتر: سریدن، لغزیدن، علوم مهندسی: حرکت از پهلو، لیزخوردن از پهلو، با کنترل راننده : سواری کردن مقابل موج با زاویه شکسته، ورزشی: اسلاید، شفاف :، سرسره گهواره توپ، صفحه لغزنده، چهارچوب، ریل لغزنده، سرسره، خط کش، طوقه لغزنده، غلاف متحرک، علوم نظامی: لغزش، سرازیری، سراشیبی، ریزش، سرسره، کشو، اسباب لغزنده، سورتمه، تبدیل تلفظ حرفی به حرف دیگری، لغزنده، سرخونده، پس وپیش رونده، لغزیدن، سریدن، سر، سراندنکامپیوتر: عکس، لغزش

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

Synonyms: slip, coast, glide, skim, slither
Related Idioms: take a slide (or a skid), run its course
Related Words: flow, stream, shift, move, fall, spill, tumble, glide
English Thesaurus: decrease, go down, decline, diminish, fall/drop, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. slide1 S3 W3 /slaɪd/ verb (past tense and past participle slid /slɪd/)
[Language: Old English; Origin: slidan]

1. [intransitive and transitive] to move smoothly over a surface while continuing to touch it, or to make something move in this way
slide along/across/down etc
Francesca slid across the ice.
slide something across/along etc
He opened the oven door and slid the pan of cookies in.
He slid open the door of the glass cabinet.

2. [intransitive, transitive always + adverb/preposition] to move somewhere quietly and smoothly, or to move something in this way
slide into/out of etc
Daniel slid out of the room when no one was looking.
She slid into the driver’s seat.
slide something into/out of etc something
He slid the gun into his pocket.

3. [intransitive] if prices, amounts, rates etc slide, they become lower Synonym : drop Antonym : rise:
Stocks slid a further 3% on the major markets today.

4. [intransitive] to gradually become worse, or to begin to have a problem:
Students’ test scores started to slide in the mid-1990s.
slide into
Murphy gradually slid into a pattern of drug abuse.

5. let something slide
a) to let a situation get gradually worse:
Management has let safety standards slide at the factory.
b) spoken to ignore a mistake, problem, remark etc, without becoming angry or trying to punish it:
Well, I guess we can let it slide this time.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. slide2 S3 noun [countable]

1. FOR CHILDREN a large structure with steps leading to the top of a long sloping surface that children can slide down

2. DECREASE [usually singular] a decrease in prices, amounts etc Antonym : rise
slide in
the current slide in house prices
on the slide
The company’s shares were on the slide again yesterday, down 7p at 339p.

PICTURE a small piece of film in a frame that you shine a light through to show a picture on a screen or wall:
a slide show

4. GETTING WORSE [usually singular] a situation in which something gradually gets worse, or someone develops a problem
slide in
School administrators were unable to explain the slide in student performance.
slide into
a slide into economic chaos

5. SCIENCE a small piece of thin glass used for holding something that you want to look at under a microscope

6. MUSIC/MACHINE a sliding part of a machine or musical instrument, such as the U-shaped tube of a trombone

7. MOVEMENT [usually singular] a sliding movement across a surface:
The car went into a slide.

8. EARTH/SNOW a sudden fall of earth, stones, snow etc down a slope:
a rock slide

9. FOR HAIR British English a small metal or plastic object that holds your hair in place

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. in photography
ADJ. colour | photographic
VERB + SLIDE show He gave a fascinating slide show on climbing in the Himalayas.
SLIDE + NOUN film | presentation, show | projector

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. for use with a microscope
ADJ. glass | microscope
VERB + SLIDE mount sth on

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. playground equipment
VERB + SLIDE go/play on, go down He wouldn't go down the slide by himself.
PREP. on a/the ~ There were lots on children on the slide.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

IV. change to a lower/worse condition
ADJ. downward | inexorable
VERB + SLIDE halt, prevent, stop
PREP. ~ in to stop the slide in the euro
~ into trying to prevent the inexorable slide into war
~ towards the market's recent slide towards panic

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. slowly Tears slid slowly down his pale cheek.
quickly | easily | smoothly a vehicle that will slide smoothly across snow
gently | gracefully | noiselessly, quietly, silently The moon slid silently behind a cloud.
imperceptibly | helplessly We slid helplessly down the slope.
away, back, backwards, down, forward, forwards, in, out, sideways The drawers slide in and out easily. (figurative) The eyes slid away from his own in embarrassment.
VERB + SLIDE begin to The melting snow began to slide from the sloping roofs.
PREP. across, along, down, from, into, off, onto, out of, over, to, up, etc. She took the note and slid it quickly into her pocket. He slid off the couch and walked over to me.
PHRASES slide open The lift doors slid open.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of English Phrases

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