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semivowel

  

      n     (Phonetics)  
1    a vowel-like sound that acts like a consonant, in that it serves the same function in a syllable carrying the same amount of prominence as a consonant relative to a true vowel, the nucleus of the syllable, In English and many other languages the chief semivowels are (w) in well and (j), represented as y, in yell  
2    a frictionless continuant classified as one of the liquids; (l) or (r),   (Also called)    glide         


glide  
      vb  
1    to move or cause to move easily without jerks or hesitations  
to glide in a boat down the river     
2    intr   to pass slowly or without perceptible change  
to glide into sleep     
3    to cause (an aircraft) to come into land without engine power, or (of an aircraft) to land in this way  
4    intr   to fly a glider  
5    intr     (Music)   to execute a portamento from one note to another  
6    intr     (Phonetics)   to produce a glide  
      n  
7    a smooth easy movement  
8   
a    any of various dances featuring gliding steps  
b    a step in such a dance  
9    a manoeuvre in which an aircraft makes a gentle descent without engine power  
   See also       glide path  
10    the act or process of gliding  
11      (Music)  
a    a long portion of tubing slipped in and out of a trombone to increase its length for the production of lower harmonic series  
   See also       valve       5  
b    a portamento or slur  
12      (Phonetics)  
a    a transitional sound as the speech organs pass from the articulatory position of one speech sound to that of the next, as the (<PH:w>) sound in some pronunciations of the word doing  
b       another word for       semivowel  
13      (Crystallog)      another name for       slip   1       33  
14      (Cricket)      another word for       glance   1       11  
     (Old English glidan; related to Old High German glitan)  
  glidingly      adv  
glide path  
      n   the approach path of an aircraft when landing, usually defined by a radar beam  
glide time  
      n      the New Zealand term for       flexitime  
off-glide  
      n     (Phonetics)   a glide caused by the movement of the articulators away from their position in articulating the previous speech sound  
   Compare       on-glide  
on-glide  
      n     (Phonetics)   a glide immediately preceding a speech sound, for which the articulators are taking position  
   Compare       off-glide  
palais glide  
      n   a dance with high kicks and gliding steps in which performers link arms in a row  
     (C20: from palais de danse)  
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glide  
      vb  
1    to move or cause to move easily without jerks or hesitations  
to glide in a boat down the river     
2    intr   to pass slowly or without perceptible change  
to glide into sleep     
3    to cause (an aircraft) to come into land without engine power, or (of an aircraft) to land in this way  
4    intr   to fly a glider  
5    intr     (Music)   to execute a portamento from one note to another  
6    intr     (Phonetics)   to produce a glide  
      n  
7    a smooth easy movement  
8   
a    any of various dances featuring gliding steps  
b    a step in such a dance  
9    a manoeuvre in which an aircraft makes a gentle descent without engine power  
   See also       glide path  
10    the act or process of gliding  
11      (Music)  
a    a long portion of tubing slipped in and out of a trombone to increase its length for the production of lower harmonic series  
   See also       valve       5  
b    a portamento or slur  
12      (Phonetics)  
a    a transitional sound as the speech organs pass from the articulatory position of one speech sound to that of the next, as the (<PH:w>) sound in some pronunciations of the word doing  
b       another word for       semivowel  
13      (Crystallog)      another name for       slip   1       33  
14      (Cricket)      another word for       glance   1       11  
     (Old English glidan; related to Old High German glitan)  
  glidingly      adv  


glide path  
      n   the approach path of an aircraft when landing, usually defined by a radar beam  
glide time  
      n      the New Zealand term for       flexitime  
off-glide  
      n     (Phonetics)   a glide caused by the movement of the articulators away from their position in articulating the previous speech sound  
   Compare       on-glide  
on-glide  
      n     (Phonetics)   a glide immediately preceding a speech sound, for which the articulators are taking position  
   Compare       off-glide  
palais glide  
      n   a dance with high kicks and gliding steps in which performers link arms in a row  
     (C20: from palais de danse)  

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glide

  
  
coast, drift, float, flow, fly, roll, run, sail, skate, skim, slide, slip, soar  

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