- n. 滑翔；滑行；滑移；滑音
- vt. 滑翔；滑行；悄悄地走；消逝
- vi. 使滑行；使滑动
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来自PIE*ghel, 照耀，发光，词源同glass, gold. 原指光线闪过，后词义通用化。
- glide (v.)
- Old English glidan "move along smoothly and easily; glide away, vanish; slip, slide" (class I strong verb, past tense glad, past participle gliden), from Proto-Germanic *glidon "to glide" (cognates: Old Saxon glidan, Old Frisian glida, Old High German glitan, German gleiten), probably part of the large group of Germanic words in gl- involving notions of "smooth; shining; joyful" (see glad (adj.)). Related: Glided; gliding. Strong past tense form glid persisted into 20c.
- glide (n.)
- 1580s, from glide (v.). From 1835 as a term in music; from 1889 as a step in dancing or a type of dance.
- 1. Waiters glide between tightly packed tables bearing trays of pasta.
- 2. We stood in silence watching the snake glide effortlessly.
- 3. So graceful was the ballerina that she just seemed to glide.
- 4. In the engine, he watched the trees glide by.
- 在火车头里, 他望着树木往后驰去.
- 5. Joe let himself glide to earth.
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