slide down


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Verb1.slide down - fall or sink heavily; "He slumped onto the couch"; "My spirits sank"
cave in, collapse, fall in, give way, founder, give, break - break down, literally or metaphorically; "The wall collapsed"; "The business collapsed"; "The dam broke"; "The roof collapsed"; "The wall gave in"; "The roof finally gave under the weight of the ice"
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He had been on his way home from the PDC World Darts Championship when Andrews decided to slide down the space between escalators, reported The Sun.
A drunk man attempted to slide down London tube escalator but later regretted doing so when he realised such stunts only look amazing on the screen.
When a snag occurs, slip the metal frame over your line, hold the retrieval cord in one hand with the fishing line in the other and let the lure knocker slide down to the snag.
To access these, slide down the color bar as if you were trying to select the red on the bottom of the bar, continue sliding past the bottom of the bar once you get to the bottom and slide down until just above the "send to" button.
Two men slide down |the roof of a building in Southgate, Huddersfield
Six months after Mrs Geary's fall, in October 2007, Robert Walker started to slide down the banister and fell backwards.
The carrier's weight can cause the carrier to slide down, even if the gas rings are good.
Unless swift and decisive action is taken, we can expect the UK's economy to begin to slide down the international rankings.
Is it ethical to let kids slide down the decks of a blow up Titanic?
Dong Energy said: "Small cracks in this grout make the transition piece slide down up to 25mm.
1 : to drop or slide down suddenly : collapse <The tired woman slumped into a chair.
He'd jump off on the tranny and slide down that thing?