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Slew

sleɪ

Meanings of Slew:

verb

Turn or slide violently or uncontrollably.

Usage examples:

The renault slewed from side to side in the snow
noun

A violent or uncontrollable sliding movement.

Usage examples:

I was assaulted by the thump and slew of the van

Slewed

sluːd

Meanings of Slewed:

verb

Turn or slide violently or uncontrollably.

Usage examples:

The renault slewed from side to side in the snow
noun

A violent or uncontrollable sliding movement.

Usage examples:

I was assaulted by the thump and slew of the van
adjective

Drunk

Usage examples:

By this time i was totally slewed and could scarcely stand up!

Slewing

sluː

Meanings of Slewing:

noun

The response of an electronic device to a sudden large increase in input, especially one that causes the device to respond at its maximum rate.

Usage examples:

The bat detects bursts and initiates the autonomous slewing to bring the xrt and the ultraviolet / …
verb

Turn or slide violently or uncontrollably.

Usage examples:

The renault slewed from side to side in the snow

Slews

sluː

Meanings of Slews:

verb

Turn or slide violently or uncontrollably.

Usage examples:

The renault slewed from side to side in the snow
noun

A violent or uncontrollable sliding movement.

Usage examples:

I was assaulted by the thump and slew of the van

Sley

sleɪ

Meanings of Sley:

noun

A tool used in weaving to force the weft into place.

Usage examples:

The sley mechanism swings to and fro. it is responsible for pushing the last pick of weft to the fe…

Sleys

sleɪ

Meanings of Sleys:

noun

A tool used in weaving to force the weft into place.

Usage examples:

The sley mechanism swings to and fro. it is responsible for pushing the last pick of weft to the fe…

Slice

slaɪs

Meanings of Slice:

noun

A thin, broad piece of food, such as bread, meat, or cake, cut from a larger portion.

Usage examples:

Four slices of bread
verb

Cut (something, especially food) into slices.

Usage examples:

Slice the onion into rings

Slice-off

slaɪs

Meanings of Slice-off:

phrasal verb

To remove an amount of something by cutting it

Usage examples:

She sliced off a piece of sausage., he accidentally sliced the top off his finger while he was cutt…

Sliced

slʌɪs

Meanings of Sliced:

verb

Cut (something, especially food) into slices.

Usage examples:

Slice the onion into rings
adjective

(of food) cut into slices.

Usage examples:

Arrange the sliced tomatoes on a large platter and season them

Slicer

ˈslaɪ.sər

Meanings of Slicer:

noun

Knife especially designed for slicing particular foods, as cheese

Slicers

ˈslaɪ.sər

Meanings of Slicers:

noun

A machine or tool for slicing particular types of food

Usage examples:

An egg/bread/meat slicer

Meanings of Slices:

noun

A thin, broad piece of food, such as bread, meat, or cake, cut from a larger portion.

Usage examples:

Four slices of bread
verb

Cut (something, especially food) into slices.

Usage examples:

Slice the onion into rings

Slicing

slʌɪs

Meanings of Slicing:

verb

Cut (something, especially food) into slices.

Usage examples:

Slice the onion into rings
noun

A thin, broad piece of food, such as bread, meat, or cake, cut from a larger portion.

Usage examples:

Four slices of bread

Meanings of Slick:

adjective

Done or operating in an impressively smooth and efficient way.

Usage examples:

Rangers have been entertaining crowds with a slick passing game
noun

An oil slick.

Usage examples:

The slick is a serious threat to marine life
verb

Make (one's hair) flat, smooth, and glossy by applying water, oil, or gel to it.

Usage examples:

His damp hair was slicked back

Slicked

slɪk

Meanings of Slicked:

verb

Make (one's hair) flat, smooth, and glossy by applying water, oil, or gel to it.

Usage examples:

His damp hair was slicked back
adjective

Done or operating in an impressively smooth and efficient way.

Usage examples:

Rangers have been entertaining crowds with a slick passing game
noun

An oil slick.

Usage examples:

The slick is a serious threat to marine life

Slickenside

ˈslɪk(ə)nsʌɪd

Meanings of Slickenside:

noun

A polished and striated rock surface that results from friction along a fault or bedding plane.

Usage examples:

Brittle deformation is evident from a number of fault planes showing quartz slickensides consistent…

Meanings of Slickensided:

noun

A polished and striated rock surface that results from friction along a fault or bedding plane.

Usage examples:

Brittle deformation is evident from a number of fault planes showing quartz slickensides consistent…

Meanings of Slicker:

noun

A raincoat made of smooth material.

Usage examples:

Far gone are the days of pvc where in order to keep dry you would need to be swathed in restrictive…
adjective

Done or operating in an impressively smooth and efficient way.

Usage examples:

Rangers have been entertaining crowds with a slick passing game

Slickers

ˈslɪkə

Meanings of Slickers:

noun

A raincoat made of smooth material.

Usage examples:

Far gone are the days of pvc where in order to keep dry you would need to be swathed in restrictive…

Meanings of Slicking:

verb

Make (one's hair) flat, smooth, and glossy by applying water, oil, or gel to it.

Usage examples:

His damp hair was slicked back
adjective

Done or operating in an impressively smooth and efficient way.

Usage examples:

Rangers have been entertaining crowds with a slick passing game
noun

An oil slick.

Usage examples:

The slick is a serious threat to marine life

Meanings of Slickly:

adverb

In a way that is very clever or attractive, but lacks real meaning or importance

Usage examples:

A slickly modern hotel, slickly produced/packaged/marketed the film is a slickly produced promotion…

Meanings of Slickness:

adjective

Operating or performing skillfully and effectively and without seeming to try hard

Usage examples:

Maz was such a slick fielder, one of the best in baseball., he was a slick politician with an answe…

Slicks

slɪk

Meanings of Slicks:

noun

An oil slick.

Usage examples:

The slick is a serious threat to marine life
verb

Make (one's hair) flat, smooth, and glossy by applying water, oil, or gel to it.

Usage examples:

His damp hair was slicked back
adjective

Done or operating in an impressively smooth and efficient way.

Usage examples:

Rangers have been entertaining crowds with a slick passing game

Slid

slʌɪd

Meanings of Slid:

verb

Move smoothly along a surface while maintaining continuous contact with it.

Usage examples:

She slid down the bank into the water
noun

A structure with a smooth sloping surface for children to slide down.

Usage examples:

Anna played on the slide

Slidably

ˈslʌɪdəbli

Meanings of Slidably:

adverb

In a way that can be slid or moved smoothly along a surface.

Usage examples:

A pair of handles slidably mounted on the crossbar

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