Bedeutung von “slide” — Learner’s Dictionary


verb us uk /slaɪd/ past tense and past participle slid
Extra Examples
The skaters slid across the surface of the lake.The drawer slides shut very smoothly.The belt stops you from sliding out of your seat.The snake slid along the ground.Friction is produced as the two surfaces slide across each other.
slide (sth) across/down/along, etc

B2 to move smoothly over a surface, or to make something move smoothly over a surface:

He likes sliding on the ice.
He slid the letter into his pocket.
slide (sth) into/out of/through, etc

to move somewhere quietly, or to make something move quietly:

She slid out of the room, being careful not to wake Alan.

(Definition von “slide verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)