slide out

slide out

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 disk drive should slide right out!
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 out the cable.
See also: out, slide
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When the unit is lowered to the ground, the locking cam automatically retracts, allowing the operator to slide out of the attachment and move on to other tasks.
What I wish for (and it probably exists) is an app or website that would give me one or two problems per week to solve, so the stuff in my brain doesn't slide out on the floor.
Improperly secured bases may slide out from under a runner, causing a fall.
Since when did a simple metal box on a heavy frame rival the price of a full RV with interior furnishings, kitchen, bath, and slide outs? Enter TO Extreme Rugged 'N Ready.
CanaryFlow Teacher and CanaryFlow Student, the accompanying native iOS apps, have also been updated to include inline swiping gestures, slide outs to view submission status and an aggregate view of all course curriculum.
It is housed in a 53-foot trailer with double slide outs and simulates five high-mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicles (HMMWVs) configured as a light Infantry weapons platoon.
"Slide outs are becoming more and more popular in the RV business because they increase the living area.