US: /ˈsɫaɪd/
UK: /slˈa‍ɪd/

English Vietnamese dictionary

slide /slaid/
  • danh từ
    • sự trượt
    • đường trượt trên tuyết
    • mặt nghiêng, ván trượt (để trượt hàng hoá...)
    • khe trượt; bộ phận trượt (trong máy)
    • bản kính mang vật (ở kính hiển vi)
    • bản kính dương (đèn chiếu)
    • (âm nhạc) luyến ngắt
    • nội động từ slid
      • trượt, chuyển động nhẹ nhàng
        • piston slides noiselessly up and down: pittông chuyển động lên xuống rất êm
      • lướt qua, đi lướt
        • to slide over a delicate subject: đi lướt qua một vấn đề tế nhị
      • đi qua, trôi qua
        • let things slide: để sự việc trôi qua
      • rơi vào, sa ngã
        • to slide into sin: sa ngã vào vòng tội lỗi
      • (âm nhạc) luyến
        • to slide from one note to another: luyến từ nốt này sang nốt khác
    • ngoại động từ
      • bỏ, thả, đẩy nhẹ, đẩy trượt
        • to slide timber: thả gỗ theo sườn núi
        • to slide drawer into place: đẩy nhẹ ngăn kéo vào

    Advanced English dictionary

    verb, noun
    + verb (slid, slid )
    move smoothly / quietly
    1 [usually +adv./prep.] to move easily over a smooth or wet surface; to make sth move in this way: [V] We slid down the grassy slope. + The drawers slide in and out easily. + [VN] She slid her hand along the rail. + You can slide the front seats forward if necessary. + [V-ADJ] The automatic doors slid open. [also VN-ADJ]
    2 [+adv./prep.] to move quickly and quietly, for example in order not to be noticed; to make sth move in this way: [V] He slid into bed. + She slid out while no one was looking. + [VN] The man slid the money quickly into his pocket. + He slid a shy look at Claire.
    become lower / worse
    3 [V] ~ (from ...) (to ...) to become gradually lower or of less value: Shares slid to a 10-year low.
    4 [V] ~ (down / into / towards sth) to move gradually into a worse situation: The industry has slid into decline. + They were sliding towards bankruptcy. + He got depressed and began to let things slide (= failed to give things the attention they needed).
    + noun
    becoming lower / worse
    1 [C, usually sing.] a change to a lower or worse condition: a downward slide in the price of oil + the team's slide down the table + talks to prevent a slide into civil war + The economy is on the slide (= getting worse). + a stock market slide
    on ice
    2 [sing.] a long, smooth movement on ice or a smooth surface: Her car went into a slide. + a front wheel slide
    for children
    3 [C] a structure with a steep slope that children use for sliding down: to go down the slide
    fall of rock
    4 [C] a sudden fall of a large amount of rock or earth down a hill: I was afraid of starting a slide of loose stones.
    See also - LANDSLIDE
    5 [C] a small piece of film held in a frame that can be shown on a screen when you shine a light through it
    a talk with colour slides + a slide show / projector
    for microscope
    6 [C] a small piece of glass that sth is placed on so that it can be looked at under a MICROSCOPE
    part of musical instrument
    7 [C] a part of a musical instrument or other device that slides backwards and forwards
    for hair
    8 [C] (BrE) = HAIRSLIDE(also slide) (both BrE) (AmE barrette)
    + noun
    a small decorative piece of metal or plastic used by women for holding their hair in place

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 glide, slip; coast, skim, glissade, skate, plane, skid, toboggan, slither:
    The drawer slid smoothly out on its runners. Terry came sliding down the icy hill, arms and legs flailing.
    2 creep, steal, slip, slink, move:
    My contact slid into the seat beside me and slipped me a note.
    3 decline, decrease, drop, fall:
    Shares slid to an all-time low on this morning's market.
    4 let slide. forget, ignore, neglect, gloss or pass over, pay no heed or mind (to):
    When Mr Bartlett borrowed my lawnmower, I let the matter slide till he began to think of it as his own, and offered to lend it to me!
    5 landslide, earth-slip, avalanche, mud-slide:
    A dozen houses were destroyed in the slides caused by the recent torrential rains.

    Collocation dictionary

    1 in photography


    colour | photographic


    He gave a fascinating slide show on climbing in the Himalayas.
    | develop


    film | presentation, show | projector

    2 for use with a microscope


    glass | microscope


    mount sth on

    3 playground equipment


    go/play on, go down
    He wouldn't go down the slide by himself.


    on a/the ~
    There were lots on children on the slide.

    4 change to a lower/worse condition


    downward | inexorable


    halt, prevent, stop


    ~ in
    to stop the slide in the euro
    | ~ into
    trying to prevent the inexorable slide into war
    | ~ towards
    the market's recent slide towards panic


    Tears slid slowly down his pale cheek.
    | quickly | easily | smoothly
    a vehicle that will slide smoothly across snow
    | gently | gracefully | noiselessly, quietly, silently
    The moon slid silently behind a cloud.
    | imperceptibly | helplessly
    We slid helplessly down the slope.
    | away, back, backwards, down, forward, forwards, in, out, sideways
    The drawers slide in and out easily. (figurative) The eyes slid away from his own in embarrassment.


    begin to
    The melting snow began to slide from the sloping roofs.


    across, along, down, from, into, off, onto, out of, over, to, up, etc.
    She took the note and slid it quickly into her pocket. He slid off the couch and walked over to me.


    slide open
    The lift doors slid open.

    Concise English dictionary

    +a small flat rectangular piece of glass on which specimens can be mounted for microscopic study
    +(geology) the descent of a large mass of earth or rocks or snow etc.
    +(music) rapid sliding up or down the musical scale
    +plaything consisting of a sloping chute down which children can slide
    +the act of moving smoothly along a surface while remaining in contact with it
    +a transparency mounted in a frame; viewed with a slide projector
    +sloping channel through which things can descend
    +move obliquely or sideways, usually in an uncontrolled manner
    +to pass or move unobtrusively or smoothly
    +move smoothly along a surface