What does sliding mean?

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. slidingadjective

    being a smooth continuous motion


  1. slidingnoun

    The motion of a slide.

  2. slidingadjective

    Of something that can slide


  1. sliding

    Sliding refers to the smooth, continuous, and typically uncontrolled movement of an object over a surface, often due to a lack of or decrease in friction. This term may apply across various contexts, such as physics, sports, or everyday activities.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Slidingadjective

    that slides or slips; gliding; moving smoothly

  2. Slidingadjective

    slippery; elusory

Anagrams for sliding »

  1. idlings

  2. sidling

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of sliding in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of sliding in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of sliding in a Sentence

  1. Brett Hankison:

    It appeared to me they were being executed with this rifle, i returned fire through the sliding glass door, and that did not stop the threat.

  2. Wen Yang:

    We were able to see how the collagen fibers deform without a catastrophic failure including the mechanisms of twisting, folding, sliding, stretching, delamination.

  3. Mark Sniderman:

    We don't seem to be in a world where we're concerned about sliding back to 1 percent.

  4. Passenger Kelly Guerard:

    I was the last person in the back so I was the first one to jump off the plane from the slide, that was pretty scary ! Once I was off the plane, I saw every one jumping off and were really scared. Some people even got slightly injured while sliding.

  5. Mollie Fitzgerald:

    Ask if the balcony is furnished – a table and pair of chairs so that you can actually step outside and enjoy it, sometimes, the term ‘ balcony ’ can be misleading and it is just a ‘ Juliette ’ balcony( also sometimes called ‘ French ’ balcony) which is a sliding door but the balcony itself is only 8 to 12 inches deep so no room to have furniture or sit down.

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    used of men; markedly masculine in appearance or manner
    A ravening
    B eloquent
    C butch
    D soft-witted

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