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  1. glide

    • IPA[ɡlʌɪd]

    英式

    • v.
      move with a smooth, quiet continuous motion;move (something) with a smooth continuous motion
    • n.
      a gliding movement;a smooth continuous step in ballroom dancing.
    • noun: glide, plural noun: glides

    • verb: glide, 3rd person present: glides, gerund or present participle: gliding, past tense: glided, past participle: glided

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    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. move with a smooth, quiet continuous motion:

      a few gondolas glided past

    • 2. move (something) with a smooth continuous motion:

      slide your hands firmly across the shoulders then glide them down

    • 3. make an unpowered flight, either in a glider or in an aircraft with engine failure:

      students learning to glide

    • 4. (of a bird) fly with very little movement of the wings:

      gulls are gliding birds

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a gliding movement:

      the cuckoo makes its approach in a hawklike glide

      the Cessna started a gentle power-off glide

    • 2. a smooth continuous step in ballroom dancing.
    • 3. a flight in a glider or unpowered aircraft:

      just within range for a straight glide home

    • 4. a sound produced as the vocal organs move towards or away from articulation of a vowel or consonant, for example /j/ in duke /djuːk/.
    • 5. a glancing stroke which slightly deflects the ball, especially towards the leg side.
    • n. an aircraft's line of descent to land, especially as indicated by ground radar.

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    • n. an aircraft's line of descent to land, especially as indicated by ground radar.

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    • n. a glide produced just before the articulation of another speech sound.

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    • v. fly using an unpowered flying apparatus consisting of a frame with a fabric aerofoil stretched over it:

    • she learned to hang-glide

      mountaineers have hang-glided down from the summit

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    • n. a transformation consisting of a translation combined with a reflection about a plane parallel to the direction of the translation.

    • she learned to hang-glide

      mountaineers have hang-glided down from the summit

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    • v. fly using an unpowered flying apparatus consisting of a frame with a fabric airfoil stretched over it:

    • she learned to hang-glide

      mountaineers have hang-glided down from the summit

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    • n. a system in which employees work a set number of hours with flexible starting and finishing times:

    • some of us don't have comfortable pensions, unlimited sick days, and glide time

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    • n. a glide produced at the beginning of articulating a speech sound.

    • some of us don't have comfortable pensions, unlimited sick days, and glide time

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    • IPA[ɡlīd]

    美式

    • v.
      move with a smooth continuous motion, typically with little noise:
    • a few gondolas glided past
    • n.
      a smooth continuous movement:
    • the cuckoo makes its approach in a hawklike glide

      the Cessna started a gentle power-off glide

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