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They involve intentionally spinning and skidding the wheels. The Sun (2010)Black rubber streaks show the car skidded sideways down the runway before hitting the grass and rolling. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The car skidded from ditch to ditch and left the road. Judd, Alan Ford Madox Ford (1990)It just tipped over onto its side and skidded along the tarmac. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This is because applying the brake can lock the wheels and cause a skid. Times, Sunday Times (2007)One or two cars skidded across roads. Times, Sunday Times (2009)So the one wheel skidded downhill without turning. Max Arthur Lost Voices of the Edwardians: 19011910 in the words of the Men & Women Who Were There (2006)The car has just skidded to a halt in a quiet neighbourhood. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And what caused the skid and the fire? The Sun (2008)Suddenly the bus ahead of us skidded off the road and tipped over on its side in a rice field. Christianity Today (2000)She is thought to have spent two days there for tests and observation after skidding out of control in a country lane. The Sun (2014)The aircraft skidded along the road between at least two groups of people while a third group watched in horror near by. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It skidded to the side, which must have been when the nose came down. The Sun (2012)The front wheel skidded to the right as On an the back wheel slid to the left. The Sun (2007) Cars were skidding, and the situation became extremely dangerous. The Sun (2014)I slammed the brakes on only to find myself skidding into the side of his van. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I was hurled over the handlebars and skidded along the ground. Times, Sunday Times (2015)As the vehicle skids and rolls down an icy bank, our view is a chaotic scramble of inert bodies and desperation. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The getaway by bus goes smoothly until an accident sends the vehicle into a skid, leaving it dangling precariously over the edge of a cliff. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I slammed on the brakes, the car turned sideways and we skidded for at least 50 metres. The Sun (2015)It was like that instant when your car begins to skid out of control and, before your eyes, you see the burning wreck that is your destiny. Times, Sunday Times (2006)

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Britisches Englisch: skid /skɪd/ VERB
If a vehicle skids, it slides sideways or forwards while moving, for example when you are trying to stop it suddenly on a wet road.
The car skidded on the icy road.
  • Amerikanisches Englisch: skid
  • Arabisch: يَنْزَلِقُ
  • Brasilianisches Portugiesisch: derrapar
  • Chinesisch: 打滑
  • Kroatisch: kliziti
  • Tschechisch: dostat smyk
  • Dänisch: skride ud
  • Niederländisch: slippen
  • Europäisches Spanisch: resbalar
  • Finnisch: luisua
  • Französisch: déraper
  • Deutsch: rutschen
  • Griechisch: ολισθαίνω
  • Italienisch: slittare
  • Japanisch: 横すべりする
  • Koreanisch: 미끄러지다
  • Norwegisch: skrense
  • Polnisch: wpaść w poślizg
  • Europäisches Portugiesisch: derrapar
  • Rumänisch: a derapa
  • Russisch: заносить
  • Spanisch: resbalar
  • Schwedisch: sladda
  • Thai: ลื่น
  • Türkisch: kaymak
  • Ukrainisch: заносити (про машину)
  • Vietnamesisch: trượt lệch đường


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