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Noun(1) one of a pair of planks used to make a track for rolling or sliding objects(2) a restraint provided when the brake linings are moved hydraulically against the brake drum to retard the wheel's rotation(3) an unexpected slide
Verb(1) slide without control(2) elevate onto skids(3) apply a brake or skid to(4) move obliquely or sideways, usually in an uncontrolled manner
(1) Previous to the traffic work, we'd occasionally hear a skid once a week or so, and now it's nearly a daily occurrence.(2) Steer control induces a resistance in the steering, encouraging the driver to steer away from the resistance and so, out of the skid or slide.(3) We would skid the logs to roadside with horses, and then they were hauled to the lake where they were boomed, and a tugboat would take them to the mill.(4) Similar studies to those in Holland were carried out in the United Kingdom and the results were used to develop a skid resistance specification based on investigatory levels.(5) Begin your powder turn and then instead of hitting your edges hard to carve a turn, stand up on two feet and let your skis slide or skid diagonally across the fall line.(6) The skid steering allows for on-the-spot-turning.(7) If you start to hydroplane, don't brake suddenly or turn the wheel, or you might spin into a skid .(8) The horses also pull the farm's ├ö├ç├┐truck,├ö├ç├û an antique box wagon, and skid logs for firewood out of the woods.(9) I slip and slide and skid and bump into things even in the best of weather.(10) But when I tried to steer into the skid I oversteered and started going round the other way.(11) He cascaded down the hall, sliding on the damp ground and coming to a skid in front of a door.(12) The lumber coming off the saw is bundled and tagged and stacked on a skid .(13) The average skid resistance results are given in Figure 4.(14) Contrast that with a gas turbine, which is shipped on a skid and essentially needs only to be hooked up.(15) the Volvo went into a skid(16) The noise startled him, and he slid into a side skid .
(1) skid row :: rhes sgid
1. shoe ::
2. brake shoe ::
3. slew ::
4. slip ::
5. slue ::
6. slide ::
Different Formsnonskid, skid, skids
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