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English-German translation for: glide
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Dictionary English German: glide

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NOUN   a glide | glides
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VERB  to glide | glided | glided ... 
 
SYNO   glide | semivowel | coast | glide ... 
to glide
298
gleiten
to glide
49
segeln
Nouns
aviat. glide [without engine]
20
Gleitflug {m}
phonet. glide
12
Gleitlaut {m}
mus. glideGlissando {n}
mus. glidePortamento {n}
2 Words
glide-enhancing {adj}gleitfördernd
to glide alongdahingleiten
to glide alonghingleiten
to glide awayweggleiten
to glide ineinschweben
to glide shut [doors etc.]zugleiten [Türen etc.]
sports to hang-glideDrachen fliegen
furn. furniture glideMöbelgleiter {m}
aviat. glide angleGleitwinkel {m}
mil. weapons glide bombGleitbombe {f}
glide gelGleitgel {n}
aviat. glide pathGleitweg {m}
aviat. glide ratioGleitzahl {f}
aviat. glide slope <G/S, GS>Gleitpfad {m}
tech. glide surfaceGleitfläche {f}
sports glide waxGleitwachs {n}
ling. phonet. off-glideAbglitt {m} [Endphase eines Sprachlautes]
ling. phonet. on-glideAnglitt {m} [initiale Phase eines Sprachlautes]
geol. rock glideFelsgleitung {f}
3 Words
to glide by / past sb./sth.an jdm./etw. vorbeigleiten
aviat. best glide speedoptimale Gleitgeschwindigkeit {f}
boost-glide vehicleRaketengleiter {m}
aviat. glide slope needle <GS needle>Gleitpfadanzeige {f}
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A 2009-12-06: Both to be found in the Wiktionary entry: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/glide
A 2007-04-29: glide slope
Q 2007-04-29: kann mir jemand sagen, was "four-degree glide scope" bedeutet
A 2007-04-29: kann mir jemand sagen, was "four-degree glide scope" bedeutet
A 2005-07-16: eingrätschen > to glide-tackle

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