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slide

verb /slaid/ ( past tense, past participle slid /slid/)
to (cause to) move or pass along smoothly
deslizar
He slid the drawer open Children must not slide in the school corridors.
to move quietly or secretly
deslizarse
I slid hurriedly past the window He slid the book quickly out of sight under his pillow.
slide rule noun an instrument for calculating, like a ruler in shape and having a central section that slides up and down between the outer sections.
regla de cálculo
sliding door noun a type of door that slides across an opening rather than swinging on a hinge.
puerta corredera
(Definition of slide from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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