listen to the pronunciation of skid
Englisch - Türkisch
{f} savrulmak
{i} takoz
{i} fren çarığı
{i} savrulma (araba)
{f} kay

Hız aracı Jack Robinson diyemeden önce kaydı ve bir kamyonun arkasına direkt çarptı. - The speeding vehicle skidded and crashed head-on into the rear-end of a truck before the driver could say Jack Robinson.

Polis arabası kayarak durdu. - The police car skidded to a stop.

{f} patinaj yapmak
(Askeri) IZGARA: 75: 150 cm. (30: 60 inç) genişliğinde; 120: 7.80 cm. (48: 72 inç) uzunluğunda sabit ayak veya tekerlekler üzerinde tespit edilmiş olan ve ikmal maddelerinin istifinde kullanılan bir istif vasıtası. Izgaralar; istifte en alt sırada ve tek sıralı istiflerde kullanılır, Bunlar çatallı istif araçları ile kaldırılmaya elverişli değillerdir. Bak. "dead skid", "live skid", "semilive skid"
{i} patinaj
{i} kızak

Bir dereceye kadar bir kızak arabasını kontrol edebilirsiniz. - To some extent, you can control the car in a skid.

tekerlek altına konan takoz
{f} yana kaymak
{f} takoz koymak
patinaj yaptırmak
(Askeri) ızgara
kızak ızgarası
yana doğru savrulmak
(otomobil/vb.) yana kaymak
yana kayma
İniş kızağı
tekerlek altına takoz koymak
kaydırma kütüğü
{i} kızak yapma (araba)
{i} (araba için) kayma, patinaj
{f} sağlama almak
skid chain tekerlek zinciri
{f} (araba) kaymak, patinaj yapmak
maliborda tahtası
yana savrulmak
filika sehpası
yana doğru kaymak
{i} tekerlek pabucu
tersane kızak
skid to a halt
arabayı kaydırarak durdurmak
skid to a halt
araba kayarak durmak
skid chain
patinaj zinciri
skid mark
eğleç izi
skid depth
Kayma derinliği
skid pan
kayma çukuru
skid road
sürütme yolu, tomruk kaydırma yolu
skid burn
kaymadan dolayı aşınma
skid chain
kar zinciri
skid chain
tekerlek zinciri
skid hazard
kayganlık tehlikesi
skid landing
(Askeri) gövde inişi
skid mark
patinaj izi
skid mark
kayma izi
skid plate
bağlantı tablası
skid plate
(Otomotiv) kaydırma plakası
skid plate
alt koruma plakası
skid to a halt
(araba) kayarak durmak; (arabayı) kaydırarak durdurmak
go into a skid
araba kaymaya başlamak
(Otomotiv) kayma
tail skid
kuyruk mahmuzu/kızağı
wing skid
(Havacılık) Kanat kızağı
acceleration skid control
(Otomotiv) patinaj kontrolü
acceleration skid control
(Otomotiv) kayma kontrolü
anti skid
kaymayı önleyici
anti skid
patinaj önleyici
be on skid row
{k} serseri ve sefil bir hale düşmüş olmak
dead skid
(Askeri) SABİT AYAKLI IZGARA: Dört köşesinde takoz ayak veya kirişler bulunan ızgara. Bknz. "skid"
dead skid
(Askeri) sabit ayaklı ızgara
go into a skid
(araba) kaymaya başlamak
hand skid truck
(Askeri) YÜK ISKARASI İSTİF EL ARABASI: Iskara taşımak üzere imal edilmiş bir istif el arabası. Bak. "hand lift truck"
live skid
(Askeri) hareketli ızgara
live skid
(Askeri) MÜTEHARRİK IZGARA, DÖRT TEKERLEKLİ IZGARA: Dört köşesinde de tekerlek bulunan ızgara. Bak. "palet" ve "skid"
live skid
(Askeri) dört tekerlekli ızgara
semilive skid
(Askeri) YARI HAREKETLİ ISGARA: Ön iki köşesinde sabit ayakları ve arka iki köşesinde tekerlekleri bulunan ısgara. Bak. "skid"
patinaj yapan
(Askeri) SAVRULMA: Uçağın dönüşte dış tarafa kayması. Bu hal, uçağın koordineli olmayan yatışından ileri gelir
{s} savrulmaz
Englisch - Englisch
An out of control sliding motion as would result from applying the brakes too hard in a car

Just before hitting the guardrail the driver was able to regain control and pull out of the skid.

A basic form of a wood or plastic platform for the storage and transport of goods, machinery or equipment, later developed into pallet

He unloaded six skids of boxes from the truck.

A ski shaped runner or supporting surface as found on a helicopter or other aircraft in place of wheels

Due to frequent arctic travel, the plane was equiped with long skids for snow and ice landings.

To slide in an uncontrolled manner as in a car with the brakes applied too hard

They skidded around the corner and accelerated up the street.

A runner of a sled

In the hours before daylight he sharpened the skids and tightened the lashings to prepare for the long dogsled journey.

The portion of the ball's path in which the velocity of the contact point on the ball is greater than zero and the ball is therefore actually not rolling but is instead sliding down the lane
a pallet without bottom deckboards or deck
A drag to check the wheels of a carriage, cart, etc , when going down hill (Anglo-Saxon, scid, a splinter )
move obliquely or sideways, usually in an uncontrolled manner; "the wheels skidded against the sidewalk"
A sliding motion to the outside of a turn as a result of too much rudder control applied
apply a brake or skid to elevate onto skids
A pallet having no bottom deck
(1) A wood platform support used to ship materials, usually in cartons which have been stretch wrapped to the skid (2) A quantity of sheeted paper, weighing about 3000 lbs , skid packed to top
one of a pair of planks used to make a track for rolling or sliding objects
Ski device on front of older gliders use to prevent damage in the event of (a) landing on rough ground or (b) a rough or heavy landing Best thing all round is to try and keep it off the ground at all times (ask your friendly instructor if you don't believe me)
A platform support for a pile of cut sheets
Wooden platform that supports piles of paper during shipping and storage Skids usually accommodate from 2500 to 4000 pounds of paper
{n} a timber to slide heavy weights on
{f} slip sideways, slide uncontrollably across a surface; cause to slip sideways, cause to slide uncontrollably
a restraint provided when the brake linings are moved hydraulically against the brake drum to retard the wheel's rotation
{i} uncontrolled slide (especially of a vehicle); brake, device used to prevent a wheel from turning; plank or board on which heavy items may be slid or moved by rolling; pallet; runner in the landing gear of an aircraft
A piece of timber used as a support, or to receive pressure
to slip sideways on the road; to side-slip; said esp
of a cycle or automobile
an unexpected slide
(1) a wooden platform usually about 8" high supported by runners length-wise of the construction with heavy lumber crosswise Also called a pallet; (2) any quantity of paper packed on a skid Standard skids of paper usually weigh in excess of 3,000 pounds
Act of skidding; called also side slip
A condition in which the tires are sliding over the road surface rather than rolling; usually associated with braking or turning
To slide without rotating; said of a wheel held from turning while the vehicle moves onward
Refers to the portion of the bowling ball's path in which the velocity of the contact point on the ball is greater than zero and the ball is therefore actually not rolling but is instead sliding down the lane
an unexpected slide one of a pair of planks used to make a track for rolling or sliding objects move obliquely or sideways, usually in an uncontrolled manner; "the wheels skidded against the sidewalk"
slide without control; "the car skidded in the curve on the wet road"
To drag logs with a specialized tractor to a landing
A pallet or other platform designed to hold a large quantity of product
To haul (logs) to a skid and load on a skidway
apply a brake or skid to
If a vehicle skids, it slides sideways or forwards while moving, for example when you are trying to stop it suddenly on a wet road. The car pulled up too fast and skidded on the dusty shoulder of the road The plane skidded off the runway while taking off in a snow storm. Skid is also a noun. I slammed the brakes on and went into a skid. if a vehicle or a wheel on a vehicle skids, it suddenly slides sideways and you cannot control it
One of a pair of timbers or bars, usually arranged so as to form an inclined plane, as form a wagon to a door, along which anything is moved by sliding or rolling
To fail to grip the roadway; specif
To check with a skid, as wagon wheels
To protect or support with a skid or skids; also, to cause to move on skids
Large fenders hung over a vessel's side to protect it in handling a cargo
A runner (one or two) under some flying machines, used for landing
One of a pair of horizontal rails or timbers for supporting anything, as a boat, a barrel, etc
elevate onto skids
A shoe or clog, as of iron, attached to a chain, and placed under the wheel of a wagon to prevent its turning when descending a steep hill; a drag; a skidpan; also, by extension, a hook attached to a chain, and used for the same purpose
skid flip
A bowl where the ball skids a long way before it starts to roll
skid lid
motorbike (motorcycle) helmet
skid mark
A long black mark left on a road surface from the sliding or skidding tires of a motor vehicle that has lost traction
skid mark
Any other mark or stain caused by one surface skidding along another

The girl had skid marks on the knees of her jeans.

skid mark
A visible feces stain left on underpants, trousers, or sometimes the toilet bowl
skid mark
Any burn on the skin caused by scraping the skin against a surface
skid marks
plural form of skid mark
skid road
Streets with facilities suitable for the recreational needs of lumberjacks
skid road
A rough cleared right of way with logs embedded cross-wise on which logs being harvested would slide or be dragged or skidded
skid row
A colloquial designation of a run-down district of Los Angeles
skid row
An especially dilapidated section of a city, characterized by run-down or abandoned buildings, alcoholism and homelessness, and vices such as drug dealing and prostitution
Attributive form of skid lid

skid-lid wearer.

skid loader
A skid loader or skid-steer loader is a small rigid frame, engine-powered machine with lift arms used to attach a wide variety of labor-saving tools or attachments
skid row
A squalid district inhabited chiefly by derelicts and vagrants
(Equipment or processing systems) mounted on a portable platform
skid-steer loader
A skid loader or skid-steer loader is a small rigid frame, engine-powered machine with lift arms used to attach a wide variety of labor-saving tools or attachments
skid fin
An upright auxiliary airfoil formerly placed above the upper wing in biplanes to increase lateral stability
skid lid
a crash helmet
skid marks
black marks left by tires after sliding
skid road
A road having partly sunken transverse logs (called skids) at intervals of about five feet
skid road
Road cut through the woods for skidding
skid road
a road made of logs on which freshly cut timber can be hauled
skid road
a bladed or backhoe-constructed pathway where stumps are removed within the running surface as necessary Skid roads are suitable only for tracked or rubber-tired skidders bringing trees or logs from the felling site to a landing
skid road
A road along which logs are dragged to the skidway or landing; called also travois, or travoy, road
skid row
a city district frequented by vagrants and alcoholics and addicts
skid row
poor neighborhood, poverty-stricken area (Slang)
skid row
You can refer to the poorest part of town, where drunks and homeless people live, as skid row. He became a skid row type of drunkard. A squalid district inhabited chiefly by derelicts and vagrants
Alternative form of nonskid
Resistant to skidding; nonslip

The deck of a swimming pool for the handicapped should be wide, skidproof, and close to the water surface.

past of skid
Hauling logs by sliding, not on wheels, from stump to a collection point This produces skid roads, scarring the land forever
is transportation of trees, trunks, logs, or assortments from a felling site to a timber-loading area by skidding tractors, winches, feller-forwarders, felling-skidding machines, as well as by horses and other means (Forest Encyclopaedia, volume 2, M: 1985)
Pulling logs with ground equipment or horses from the stump to the landing
Pulling logs from where they are cut to a landing or mill
present participle of skid
the process of sliding and dragging logs from the stump to a landing
Hauling logs by sliding, not on wheels, from stump to a collection point
a combination of sliding, slipping and pivoting resulting in a turn
The process of sliding/dragging logs from the stump to a landing, usually applied to ground-based operations
A loosely used term for transporting logs from stumps to a collecting point by sliding or dragging along the ground-as opposed to the use of wheels, helicopters, balloons, cables, etc , to keep them totally off the ground The logs may slide more or less wholly along the ground or with their forward end supported The method of skidding can greatly affect the impact of logging on soil and the residual stand
plural of skid
third-person singular of skid