English to Welsh Meaning :: sidle

Sidle :
sidle
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Verb(1) move unobtrusively or furtively(2) move sideways

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(1) a sidle into the hallway(2) This album is an interesting mix of symbol and story, solo effort and collaboration, though it continues Dar's gradual sidle towards a more mainstream sound.(3) Holland's voice is a remarkably supple instrument: her phrasing and the way she sidles up to notes is nearly miraculous.(4) Not getting the hint when they moved en-mass to the other side of the room, she sidled up to them again.(5) Kael sidled out the room, moving quickly past Mikah on his way out.(6) A waiter sidles up, but there is no way to communicate.(7) She sidled back onto the edge of the backseat, trying to give room for Matt's body to sleep comfortably.(8) One day, sitting outside the venue with a glass of wine, I was conscious of a man sidling over to my table and pleading: ÔÇÿI'm trying to get a ticket to Zipp!ÔÇÖ(9) Your first step onto the revolving disc that holds the tables can be a bit disconcerting and it's easy to get lost as your seat sidles away while you're loading up your plate.(10) As they rode, Miri's horse sidled sideways nervously away from Amniteri, and Miri tried vainly to rein him in.(11) When a couple of teenagers sidled up and asked him to autograph their citations for under-age drinking, he regarded it as an honour to oblige.(12) Fed up and bored, Owen cast a furtive glance around the customs hall and then sidled over to Bret for a bit of a chat.(13) Little Johnny's late for school again, and sidles into the classroom just before lunch.(14) I trust this lot, with their permanent sidling up to business interests, about as much as I trusted the last lot.(15) With a ping the shiny doors of the elevators slid open and Jude sidled inside.(16) Richard Gere sidles gracefully into the plush hotel suite, seemingly oblivious of the swarm of activity around him.
Related Words
Synonyms
Verb
1. creep ::
ymgripiad
2. sneak ::
slei
3. slink ::
slink
4. slip ::
slip
5. slide ::
sleid
6. steal ::
dwyn
8. inch ::
modfedd
9. move furtively ::
symud furtively
Different Forms
sidle, sidled, sidles, sidling
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