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Princeton's WordNet

  1. skid(noun)

    one of a pair of planks used to make a track for rolling or sliding objects

  2. brake shoe, shoe, skid(noun)

    a restraint provided when the brake linings are moved hydraulically against the brake drum to retard the wheel's rotation

  3. skid, slip, sideslip(verb)

    an unexpected slide

  4. skid(verb)

    slide without control

    "the car skidded in the curve on the wet road"

  5. skid(verb)

    elevate onto skids

  6. skid(verb)

    apply a brake or skid to

  7. skid, slip, slue, slew, slide(verb)

    move obliquely or sideways, usually in an uncontrolled manner

    "the wheels skidded against the sidewalk"

GCIDE

  1. Skid(n.)

    A low movable platform for supporting heavy items to be transported, typically of two layers, and having a space between the layers into which the fork of a fork lift can be inserted; it is used to conveniently transport heavy objects by means of a fork lift; -- a skid without wheels is the same as a pallet.

  2. Skid(n.)

    pl. Declining fortunes; a movement toward defeat or downfall; -- used mostly in the phrase on the skids and hit the skids.

  3. Origin: [Icel. sk a billet of wood. See Shide.]

Wiktionary

  1. skid(Noun)

    An out-of-control sliding motion as would result from applying the brakes too hard in a car.

  2. skid(Noun)

    A runner of a sled.

  3. skid(Noun)

    A ski shaped runner or supporting surface as found on a helicopter or other aircraft in place of wheels.

  4. skid(Noun)

    A basic form of a wood or plastic platform for the storage and transport of goods, machinery or equipment, later developed into pallet.

  5. skid(Verb)

    To slide in an uncontrolled manner as in a car with the brakes applied too hard.

  6. Origin: To differentiate from skied

Webster Dictionary

  1. Skid(noun)

    a shoe or clog, as of iron, attached to a chain, and placed under the wheel of a wagon to prevent its turning when descending a steep hill; a drag; a skidpan; also, by extension, a hook attached to a chain, and used for the same purpose

  2. Skid(noun)

    a piece of timber used as a support, or to receive pressure

  3. Skid(noun)

    large fenders hung over a vessel's side to protect it in handling a cargo

  4. Skid(noun)

    one of a pair of timbers or bars, usually arranged so as to form an inclined plane, as form a wagon to a door, along which anything is moved by sliding or rolling

  5. Skid(noun)

    one of a pair of horizontal rails or timbers for supporting anything, as a boat, a barrel, etc

  6. Skid(verb)

    to protect or support with a skid or skids; also, to cause to move on skids

  7. Skid(verb)

    to check with a skid, as wagon wheels

  8. Origin: [Icel. sk a billet of wood. See Shide.]

Freebase

  1. Skid

    Skid is a 1970 album by Skid Row featuring guitar ace Gary Moore.

Anagrams of SKID »

  1. kids

  2. disk


Translations for SKID

From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary

  • smýkat, lyžina, smyk, dostat smykCzech
  • KufeGerman
  • resbalón, resbalar, patinarSpanish
  • بکسواتPersian
  • liirtää, lava, liirto, jalas, liuku, suksi, liirata, liukuaFinnish
  • déraper, dérapageFrench
  • derapata, derapare, sbandareItalian
  • slip, slippenDutch
  • derrapagem, derraparPortuguese
  • рельс, скольжение, занос, по́лоз, полоз, боковое скольжение, скользить, салазки, юзRussian
  • proklizatiSerbo-Croatian
  • sliraSwedish

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