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skid

verb [I] uk   us   /skɪd/ (-dd-)
(especially of a vehicle) to slide along a surface so that you have no control: Trevor's bus skidded on some ice and hit a tree.

skid

noun [C] uk   us   /skɪd/
a sliding movement that cannot be controlled: She was riding too fast on a wet road, and the motorbike went into a skid. one of two long flat pieces under some aircraft such as helicopters, which help the aircraft to land a support, often made of wood, for raising heavy objects off the ground or for moving them
Traducciones de “skid”
en árabe يَنْزَلِق…
en coreano 미끄러지다…
in Malaysian tergelincir…
en francés déraper…
en turco patinaj yapmak, kaymak…
en italiano slittare…
en chino (tradicionál) (尤指車輛)打滑…
en ruso заносить (об автомобиле)…
en polaco wpaść w poślizg…
in Vietnamese chèn, chặn…
en español derrapar, patinar…
en portugués derrapar…
in Thai ลื่น…
en alemán rutschen…
en catalán patinar, derrapar…
en japonés (車などが)横滑りする…
in Indonesian tergelincir…
en chino (simplificado) (尤指车辆)打滑…
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