slide out of (something or some place)

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slide out of (something or some place)

1. To exit or eject from some place, area, or thing in a smooth, effortless, or inconspicuous manner. I slid out of the room before the teacher noticed me. Once you release the catch, the drive should slide right out of the mainframe.
2. To cause or force someone or something to exit or eject from some place, area, or thing in a smooth, effortless, or inconspicuous manner. He slid his son out of the wet clothes and wrapped him up in a warm, fluffy towel. You'll need to be very careful when you slide the metal sheeting out of the container.
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slide something out of something

 and slide something out
to cause something to slip or glide out of something without much effort. The hunter slid his knife out of its sheath and got ready to skin the deer. He slid out the heavy box.
See also: of, out, slide

slide out of something

to slip or glide out of something without much effort. Mary slid out of the car and ran to the front door. The CD-ROM slid out of the computer.
See also: of, out, slide