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'''Slide''' is a smooth surface, sloping channel or track for sliding, usually inclined. (German: die Rutsche), (Spanish: tobogán), (French: toboggan), (Russian: ледяная дорожка), (Japanese: すべり台 ) .  
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A '''slide''' is a smooth surface, sloping channel or track for sliding, usually inclined. (German: die Rutsche), (Spanish: tobogán), (French: toboggan), (Russian: ледяная дорожка), (Japanese: すべり台 ) .  
  
 
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In [[Photography]], a color positive (transparency) mounted on a cardboard frame so that it can be put in a [[slide projector]].   
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In [[photography]], a color positive (transparency) mounted on a cardboard frame so that it can be put in a [[slide projector]].   
  
In [[Music]] a portamento.  
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In [[music]] a portamento.  
  
In [[Geology]] a landslide or the like.   
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In [[geology]] a landslide or the like.   
  
In [[Baseball]] to drop down and skid into a base to avoid being put out.  
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In [[baseball]] to drop down and skid into a base to avoid being put out.  
  
  
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Latest revision as of 13:57, January 25, 2010

Slide

A slide is a smooth surface, sloping channel or track for sliding, usually inclined. (German: die Rutsche), (Spanish: tobogán), (French: toboggan), (Russian: ледяная дорожка), (Japanese: すべり台 ) .

Also:

In photography, a color positive (transparency) mounted on a cardboard frame so that it can be put in a slide projector.

In music a portamento.

In geology a landslide or the like.

In baseball to drop down and skid into a base to avoid being put out.


See also