They showed us their slides.
If you whip the steering wheel around like that on a snowy road, the car is going to go into a slide.
And there is one more method of climbing up to the slide deck.
I'd get a soup plate and then slide the glass very carefully over to the edge of the table, and let the water run into the soup plate - it doesn't have to run onto the floor.
Now, just let the clay slide between your fingers.
In this next slide we see an aerial shot of the company headquarters.
Slide down the hill while distributing your weight equally on both skis.
In an unusual move, this school's big band uses slide trumpets and valve trombones exclusively.
Of course he thought it was a joke and let it slide with a "hm?" but he was seriously annoyed. I mean, just don't say things like that even as a joke!
Pop the cheese right onto the spindle, slide on the handle, and you can crank out cheese flowers to your heart’s content.
It's a slide.
People complained that they couldn’t see the slides.
Never slide your business card across a table
Don't say that, you will only slide. That last date completely slid me.
You can measure a clown's erection by the sounds of his slide whistle.
2. small piece of film in a frame that you shine a light through to show a picture on a screen or wall
3. to move smoothly but unintentionally over a surface
English word "slide"(to move smoothly but unintentionally over a surface) occurs in sets:CPE idioms and fixed phrases
4. to move somewhere quickly
5. slid slid
English word "slide"(slid slid) occurs in sets:czasowniki nieregularne
6. an act of sliding along a smooth surface
7. a structure with a smooth sloping surface for children to slide down
English word "slide"(a structure with a smooth sloping surface for children to slide down) occurs in sets:Simply what I want to learn.