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slide 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/slīd/,
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slides, 3rd person singular present; sliding, present participle; slid, past participle; slid, past tense;
  1. Move along a smooth surface while maintaining continuous contact with it
    • - she slid down the bank into the water
    • - the tank should have a sliding glass cover
  2. Move (something) along a surface in such a way
    • - she slid the keys over the table
  3. Move smoothly, quickly, or unobtrusively
    • - I quickly slid into a seat at the back of the hall
  4. Move (something) in such a way
    • - she slid the bottle into her pocket
  5. Change gradually to a worse condition or lower level
    • - the country faces the prospect of sliding from recession into slump
Noun
  1. A structure with a smooth sloping surface for children to slide down

  2. A smooth stretch or slope of ice or packed snow for sledding on

  3. An act of moving along a smooth surface while maintaining continuous contact with it
    • - use an ice ax to halt a slide on ice and snow
  4. A sliding approach to a base along the ground

  5. A decline in value or quality
    • - the current slide in house prices
  6. A part of a machine or musical instrument that slides

  7. The place on a machine or instrument where a sliding part operates

  8. Slide guitar
    • - I'd been playing slide for years
  9. A rectangular piece of glass on which an object is mounted or placed for examination under a microscope

  10. A mounted transparency, typically one placed in a projector for viewing on a screen
    • - a slide show

  1. a small flat rectangular piece of glass on which specimens can be mounted for microscopic study
  2. skid: move obliquely or sideways, usually in an uncontrolled manner; "the wheels skidded against the sidewalk"
  3. (geology) the descent of a large mass of earth or rocks or snow etc.
  4. slither: to pass or move unobtrusively or smoothly; "They slid through the wicket in the big gate"
  5. move smoothly along a surface; "He slid the money over to the other gambler"
  6. swoop: (music) rapid sliding up or down the musical scale; "the violinist was indulgent with his swoops and slides"
  7. Slide is the fifth album by Lisa Germano. It was released in 1998 by 4AD, and was her last album for the label.
  8. In baseball, a slide is when a player, acting as a baserunner, drops his body to the ground once he is very close to the base he is approaching and slides along the ground to reach the base.
  9. No Angel is the debut album by pop singer/songwriter Dido. Originally released in 1999, it found a mass audience in 2001. As of 2005, the album sold 21 million copies worldwide.
  10. Slide is an EP by the band Luna.
  11. Slide is a common term that refers to a shoe that is backless and open-toed, essentially an open-toed mule. Generally, all slides are a type of sandal. Thongs and flip flops are normally classified separately. ...
  12. Mobile phones are designed with one of a variety of different form factors, depending on its functionality or aesthetic considerations.
  13. A toy for children where they climb up and then slide down again; The event of large amounts of rubble, earth and stones moving down the slope of a hill or from a mountain; The act of sliding, moving downwards in general; A lever that can be moved in two directions; A valve that works by sliding ...
  14. (Slides) A visual presentation format that can be produced by presentation software.
  15. (Slides) A general term for thin sheets of glass on which tissue specimens are placed for microscopic analysis.
  16. (Slides) A slide, (neck of a bottle, knife blade or round metal bar) used in blues and rock to create a glissando or 'Hawaiian' effect. The necks of bottles were often used in blues and country music. ...
  17. (Slides) Definition: Easy to slip on and off, slides or slide sandals are shoes with open toes and backs. Across the center-top of the shoe, a slide will have a single or multiple straps. ...
  18. (Slides) Fitting attached to sail for attaching sail to mast or boom.
  19. (Slides) Highly accurate short stroke linear motion mechanisims that use non-recirculating linear bearings (crossed roller or ball bearing elements), have rolling elements that move on a straight track usually separated by a retainer. ...
  20. (Slides) Shoes. (Many of the shoes worn by wanderers were well worn and had slick soles. As such, they would slide easily on many surfaces.)
  21. (Slides) Small runners installed in a traverse rod which hold a drapery pin or hook.
  22. (Slides) The incoming clip slides over the 'freeze frame' of the outgoing clip, in one of several predetermined forms.
  23. (Slides) When notes are tied together by sliding your finger up the fretboard instead of plucking the next note.
  24. (Slides) an open foot covering, usually consisting of one sole, for soccer generally made of synthetic, water-proof material; sandals, flip-flops
  25. (Slides) saturated weathered material moving down a slope under the influence of gravity. See Mud Slides.