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Spanish translation of “slide”

slide

noun
a slippery track, or apparatus with a smooth sloping surface, on which people or things can slide
tobogán
The children were taking turns on the slide in the playground.
a small transparent photograph for projecting on to a screen etc
diapositiva
The lecture was illustrated with slides.
a glass plate on which objects are placed to be examined under a microscope.
platina, portaobjetos
(also hair-slide) a (decorative) hinged fastening for the hair.
pasador
(Definition of slide from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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