a vowellike sound that serves as a consonant
slide, glide, coast(noun)
the act of moving smoothly along a surface while remaining in contact with it
"his slide didn't stop until the bottom of the hill"; "the children lined up for a coast down the snowy slope"
glide, gliding, sailplaning, soaring, sailing(verb)
the activity of flying a glider
move smoothly and effortlessly
fly in or as if in a glider plane
cause to move or pass silently, smoothly, or imperceptibly
The act of gliding.
An attack or preparatory movement made by sliding down the opponentu2019s blade, keeping it in constant contact.
To move softly, smoothly, or effortlessly.
To fly unpowered, as of an aircraft.
To cause to glide.
Origin: From glīdan, from West Germanic. Cognate with Dutch glijden, German gleiten.
the glede or kite
to move gently and smoothly; to pass along without noise, violence, or apparent effort; to pass rapidly and easily, or with a smooth, silent motion, as a river in its channel, a bird in the air, a skater over ice
to pass with a glide, as the voice
the act or manner of moving smoothly, swiftly, and without labor or obstruction
a transitional sound in speech which is produced by the changing of the mouth organs from one definite position to another, and with gradual change in the most frequent cases; as in passing from the begining to the end of a regular diphthong, or from vowel to consonant or consonant to vowel in a syllable, or from one component to the other of a double or diphthongal consonant (see Guide to Pronunciation, // 19, 161, 162). Also (by Bell and others), the vanish (or brief final element) or the brief initial element, in a class of diphthongal vowels, or the brief final or initial part of some consonants (see Guide to Pronunciation, // 18, 97, 191)
Origin: [AS. gldan; akin to D. glijden, OHG. gltan, G. gleiten, Sw. glida, Dan. glide, and prob. to E. glad.]
Glide is a census-designated place in Douglas County, Oregon, United States. The population was 1,795 at the 2010 census.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
glīd, v.i. to slide smoothly and easily: to flow gently: to pass rapidly.—n. act of gliding: the joining of two sounds without a break: a smooth and sliding kind of waltz-step.—adj. Glid′dery, slippery.—n. Glīd′er, one who, or that which, glides.—adv. Glīd′ingly. [A.S. glídan, to slip; Ger. gleiten.]
The numerical value of glide in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of glide in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
If you feel yourself falling, let go and glide.
Nobody who's donated to Glide has ever felt short-changed.
Glide helped me understand just how much a life can be transformed by unconditional love and some real material help.
God has made man a cosmopolite. He created seas for ships to glide on, the wind to push them, and the stars to guide them even in darkest night.
The low inflation profile will certainly keep the Fed communicating a gradual glide path, but little in the July CPI report suggests that hikes should be delayed.
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Translations for glide
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- gleiten lassen, gleitenGerman
- deslizar, planearSpanish
- liitää, lipua, liu'uttaa, liitäminen, liito, liukuaFinnish
- glisser, planerFrench
- librarsi, volteggiareItalian
- лизгање, лизга, слизнуваMacedonian
- semivogal, deslizar, planarPortuguese
- полугла́сный, скользи́ть, плани́рование, скольже́ние, плани́роватьRussian
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