slide into

slide something into something

 and slide something in
to insert something into something effortlessly. Henry slid the end of the seat-belt buckle into its holder and started the car. slide in the buckle and make sure it's tight.
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slide into something

to slip or glide into something, as a car going into a ditch. It was raining hard, and car after car slid into the ditch at the sharp turn near Wagner Road. Mary's car slid right into the side of a bus.
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References in classic literature ?
Certainly, kings that have able men of their nobility, shall find ease in employing them, and a better slide into their business; for people naturally bend to them, as born in some sort to command.
Over this lip, as over a slippery threshold, we now slide into the mouth.
The ScanScope technology is several times faster and more efficient than conventional image tiling methods, which makes it practical -- for the first time -- to convert all information available on a microscope slide into a standard digital format.