Slider meaning

slīdər
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One that slides.

The snowy hill was filled with young sliders.

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(baseball) A fast pitch released with the index and middle fingers close together and slightly off center so that it breaks in the same direction as a curve ball as it approaches the plate.
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A small hamburger served on a small bun, usually as a snack or appetizer.
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Any of various turtles of the genus Trachemys, especially T. scripta subsp. elegans of North America, having a red stripe behind the eye and often kept as a pet.
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A person or thing that slides.
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(baseball) A type of pitch with the speed of a fastball and the movement of a curve.
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A block of material that holds the read/write head of a magnetic disk. See flying head.
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Agent noun of slide: one who slides.
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(baseball) A pitch thrown with added pressure by middle and ring fingers yielding a combination of backspin and sidespin, resulting in a motion to the left when thrown by a right handed pitcher.

The closer had a wicked slider that was almost unhittable.

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(cricket) A similar delivery in which the wrist and ring finger work to impart backspin to the ball.
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A small hamburger.

We ordered five sliders.

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(curling) A piece of teflon or similar material attached to a curling shoe that allows the player to slide along the ice.
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(graphical user interface) A widget allowing the user to select a value or position on a sliding scale.
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(US, dialect) Pseudemys rugosa, the red-bellied terrapin.
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Origin of slider

  • slide +"Ž -er

    From Wiktionary