sirpanmoq, silliq harakat qilmoq, tez o'tib ketmoqsirpanish, sirg'anish, silliq harakatlanish, oraliq tovush
Noun(1) a vowellike sound that serves as a consonant(2) the act of moving smoothly along a surface while remaining in contact with it(3) the activity of flying a glider
Verb(1) move smoothly and effortlessly(2) fly in or as if in a glider plane(3) cause to move or pass silently, smoothly, or imperceptibly
(1) Just apply the cream, shave away, and notice how easy it is to glide that razor across your face.(2) Then everything seemed to become compact and streamlined, his pace would quicken into a glide , rather than a sprint, and he would hit the ball like a smooth rock and be gone.(3) The wind was already blowing in a favorable direction so it took only the barest hint of his power to begin his glide .(4) He watched the car glide along, Sanderson sitting with a smile upon his face, one he always had while driving in the morning air in his beautiful car.(5) This style utilizes a glide step, and, rather than a perpetually upbeat approach, uses motions that ebb and flow with the mood of the music.(6) But I figure that this will at least give me some frame of reference for the real thing, and that a leisurely glide down this course will permit me a small measure of confidence.(7) slide your hands firmly across the shoulders then glide them down(8) As you glide your mouse over each, the page appears; click on the dot, and the page zooms in and pans crazily.(9) Now we can ask two questions: How much does each specific interaction help an ion glide through a channel?(10) You miss people looking at you like you're insane when you're glide stepping to French class with your French book on your head so you don't bounce while you march.(11) With waxed skis, the glide wax must be suitable for the snow conditions.(12) I could barely walk in them, let alone gracefully glide over smooth ice.(13) There's a shady lakeside spot where the swans glide and hiss.(14) Gun still trained on me, I watched her glide backwards towards her bike.(15) Let the club glide through the sand, not dig into it.(16) When we were content that Nicole had mastered her glide and looked fabulous executing it, we were left with one final detail before it was time for her big reveal.
(1) glide path :: sirpanish yo'l
1. soaring ::
2. coast ::
3. semivowel ::
4. slide ::
5. soar ::
6. slip ::
1. flounder ::
2. struggle ::
Different Formsglide, glided, glides, gliding
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