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ski slope (skiː sləʊp) 



  1. a slope for skiing   ⇒ Courtney was recovering at home from a severe neck injury, sustained on the ski slopes.

Example Sentences Including 'ski slope'

Tara was not convinced after her failures at the ski slope on Tuesday.
Cathy Kelly JUST BETWEEN US (2002)
The green meadow fell away at a sharp angle like the side of a Swiss ski slope.
Malcolm, John Whistler in the Dark
The ski slope is part of the Holiday Expo and Ski Show next weekend at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Misc (1999)
`At the Easter Show in Sydney we packed the whole pavilion, with 400 or 500 people eager to see the ski slope in action," he said.
Misc (1999)
`It's like standing at the top of a ski slope ," explains Evans.
New Scientist (1998)
`They might as well take the seats out and use it as a ski slope next season.
Independent (1999)


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