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Translation of "skid" - English-Spanish dictionary

skid

verb   /skɪd/ ( present participle skidding, past tense and past participle skidded)
If a vehicle skids, it slides along a surface and you cannot control it. patinar The car skidded on ice and hit a tree.
(Definition of skid from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

skid

verb /skid/ ( past tense, past participle skidded)
to slide accidentally sideways derrapar, patinar His back wheel skidded and he fell off his bike.
(Definition of skid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “skid”
in Korean 미끄러지다…
in Arabic يَنْزَلِق…
in Malaysian tergelincir…
in French déraper…
in Russian заносить (об автомобиле)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指車輛)打滑…
in Italian slittare…
in Turkish patinaj yapmak, kaymak…
in Polish wpaść w poślizg…
in Vietnamese chèn, chặn…
in Portuguese derrapar…
in Thai ลื่น…
in German rutschen…
in Catalan patinar, derrapar…
in Japanese (車などが)横滑りする…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指车辆)打滑…
in Indonesian tergelincir…
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