Definition of death slide in English:

death slide

noun

British
  • ‘there were fun and games for both children and adults from the coconut shy and the death slide to a merry-go-round and a bouncy castle’
    another term for zip line
    • ‘I like the death slide and the bouncy castle.’
    • ‘If you are not driving, there is a train from Chur that takes a similar route soaring to 7,400 ft before descending like a death slide to 1,400 ft at Tirano on the other side in Italy.’
    • ‘This one was a maze of slides, climbing frames, tunnels, there was even a kiddie size death slide.’
    • ‘During his term as mayor, which ended last year, he enthusiastically embraced duties ranging from dressing up to play a panto ugly sister to opening an adventure playground by being the first to try the death slide.’
    • ‘All will be able to "join" the Army for 30 minutes and take part in obstacle courses, death slides and minibike riding.’