sliding door

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Noun1.sliding door - a door that opens by sliding instead of swingingsliding door - a door that opens by sliding instead of swinging
barn door - the large sliding door of a barn
door - a swinging or sliding barrier that will close the entrance to a room or building or vehicle; "he knocked on the door"; "he slammed the door as he left"
paneling, panelling, pane - a panel or section of panels in a wall or door
بابٌ مُنْزَلِق، باب مُتَحَرِّك
posuvné dveře
posuvné dvere
sürmeli kapı


(slaid) past tense, past participle slid (slid) verb
1. to (cause to) move or pass along smoothly. He slid the drawer open; Children must not slide in the school corridors.
2. to move quietly or secretly. I slid hurriedly past the window; He slid the book quickly out of sight under his pillow.
1. an act of sliding.
2. a slippery track, or apparatus with a smooth sloping surface, on which people or things can slide. The children were taking turns on the slide in the playground.
3. a small transparent photograph for projecting on to a screen etc. The lecture was illustrated with slides.
4. a glass plate on which objects are placed to be examined under a microscope.
5. (also ˈhair-slide) a (decorative) hinged fastening for the hair.
ˈslide-rule noun
an instrument for calculating, like a ruler in shape and having a central section that slides up and down between the outer sections.
sliding door
a type of door that slides across an opening rather than swinging on a hinge.
References in classic literature ?
As we were almost constantly on a wind, and the breeze was not a little stiff, the ship heeled to leeward very considerably; and whenever her starboard side was to leeward, the sliding door between the cabins slid open, and so remained, nobody taking the trouble to get up and shut it.
The packed mass ran from the cabin partition to the sliding door behind the fo'c'sle stove; and Disko showed how there is great art in stowing cargo so as to bring a schooner to her best draft.
We started a quiet search and ultimately Ransome discovered him curled up in the sail-locker, which opened into the lobby by a sliding door.
May led Archer into the old lady's sitting-room, where the sliding doors opening into the bedroom had been drawn shut, and the heavy yellow damask portieres dropped over them; and here Mrs.
The sliding door has been designed with structural integrity in the forefront and does not take away its excellent thermal performance.
A sliding door system consists of 3 rollers (upper, center, and lower roller) on the sliding door and 3 rails (upper, center, and lower rail) on the car body.
Martin Wright from Floor to Ceiling said: "The benefits of sliding door storage systems over standard hinged doors are well known and have been utilised in Europe for many years.
Harmonising perfectly with surrounding fittings and applications, Dorma's sliding door range meets the highest regulatory standards for smooth access solutions, said the company in a release.
This innovative system features the world's first power sliding door solution with no exterior guide tracks.
s dual track and multi-track sliding door configurations can accommodate motorization.
A door leads from the kitchen into the family room/study which has coving to the ceiling and more sliding doors to the garden.
replace the sliding doors at the west entrance with offset swing doors.