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slide

verb
 
 
/slaɪd/ ( past tense and past participle slid)
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.General words for movement
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.General words for movement
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