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side·slip

 (sīd′slĭp′)
intr.v. side·slipped, side·slip·ping, side·slips
1. To slip or skid to one side.
2. To slide sideways and downward in skiing.
3. To fly sideways and downward in an airplane along the lateral axis to reduce altitude without gaining speed or as the result of banking too deeply.

side′slip′ n.

sideslip

(ˈsaɪdˌslɪp)
n
1. (Automotive Engineering) a sideways skid, as of a motor vehicle
2. (Aeronautics) a sideways and downward movement towards the inside of a turn by an aircraft in a sharp bank
vb, -slips, -slipping or -slipped
(Aeronautics) another name for slip112

side•slip

(ˈsaɪdˌslɪp)

v. -slipped, -slip•ping,
n. v.i.
1. to slip to one side.
2. (of an airplane) to slide sideways in a downward direction toward the center of the curve described in turning.
n.
3. an act or instance of sideslipping.
[1640–50]

sideslip


Past participle: sideslipped
Gerund: sideslipping

Imperative
sideslip
sideslip
Present
I sideslip
you sideslip
he/she/it sideslips
we sideslip
you sideslip
they sideslip
Preterite
I sideslipped
you sideslipped
he/she/it sideslipped
we sideslipped
you sideslipped
they sideslipped
Present Continuous
I am sideslipping
you are sideslipping
he/she/it is sideslipping
we are sideslipping
you are sideslipping
they are sideslipping
Present Perfect
I have sideslipped
you have sideslipped
he/she/it has sideslipped
we have sideslipped
you have sideslipped
they have sideslipped
Past Continuous
I was sideslipping
you were sideslipping
he/she/it was sideslipping
we were sideslipping
you were sideslipping
they were sideslipping
Past Perfect
I had sideslipped
you had sideslipped
he/she/it had sideslipped
we had sideslipped
you had sideslipped
they had sideslipped
Future
I will sideslip
you will sideslip
he/she/it will sideslip
we will sideslip
you will sideslip
they will sideslip
Future Perfect
I will have sideslipped
you will have sideslipped
he/she/it will have sideslipped
we will have sideslipped
you will have sideslipped
they will have sideslipped
Future Continuous
I will be sideslipping
you will be sideslipping
he/she/it will be sideslipping
we will be sideslipping
you will be sideslipping
they will be sideslipping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been sideslipping
you have been sideslipping
he/she/it has been sideslipping
we have been sideslipping
you have been sideslipping
they have been sideslipping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been sideslipping
you will have been sideslipping
he/she/it will have been sideslipping
we will have been sideslipping
you will have been sideslipping
they will have been sideslipping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been sideslipping
you had been sideslipping
he/she/it had been sideslipping
we had been sideslipping
you had been sideslipping
they had been sideslipping
Conditional
I would sideslip
you would sideslip
he/she/it would sideslip
we would sideslip
you would sideslip
they would sideslip
Past Conditional
I would have sideslipped
you would have sideslipped
he/she/it would have sideslipped
we would have sideslipped
you would have sideslipped
they would have sideslipped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sideslip - an unexpected slide
glide, coast, slide - the act of moving smoothly along a surface while remaining in contact with it; "his slide didn't stop until the bottom of the hill"; "the children lined up for a coast down the snowy slope"
2.sideslip - a flight maneuver; aircraft slides sideways in the air
airplane maneuver, flight maneuver - a maneuver executed by an aircraft
Translations

sideslip

[ˈsaɪdslɪp] N (Aer) → deslizamiento m lateral

sideslip

[ˈsaɪdˌslɪp] (Skiing)
1. nderapata, dérapage m inv
2. viderapare
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