Definition of 'sledge'
Example sentences containing 'sledge'
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Six firefighters used a rescue sledge to save the retired paediatrician. The Sun (2008)Which is outside on the sledge getting snowed on. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Cops said the men were drinking before taking the protective barriers from ski runs to use as a sledge. The Sun (2008)My deer vanished into the forest, pulling the empty sledge behind him. Times, Sunday Times (2010)In cricket, sledging is little less than a curse. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Ideal for speed lovers, six excited huskies pull you along trails in a wooden sledge. The Sun (2015)Not to mention our night-time dog sledge ride. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Without the protection of the ship, the sledge dogs might have torn the cat to pieces. Times, Sunday Times (2006)With the rise of sledging, the players embraced this hostility. Times, Sunday Times (2013)So let's just take the day off and go sledging. Times, Sunday Times (2009)TWO schoolboys were questioned by police for sledging down a hill. The Sun (2010)A heavy wooden sledge would also help. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Some people compared what happened to sledging in cricket, but those exchanges stay between the players on the pitch. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Britain also has an ice sledge hockey team, but they failed to qualify for Sochi. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Still, the 26-year-old did at least show he was still his usual self by sledging the schoolboy batsman facing him. Times, Sunday Times (2012)At last all was ready, the boxes lashed on to the sledge while the dogs waited to dash down the hill with me for the last time. THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN ADVENTURERS: Coming of Age in the Arctic (2004)This must look like a pretty tasty menu for an Australian player looking to sledge the England batsmen as they walk to the crease. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I respect the wooden sledge's history, but we want to appeal to the adrenaline junkie. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The dogs were just like Olympic athletes - well trained and really happy only if they were pulling the sledge at a reasonable clip through the trees. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It uses areas in northern Finland for its tours and promises individual family visits to Santa and no hidden charges for activities such as husky sledge rides. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A TEENAGE dad has been killed sledging down a hill into the path of a passing car. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'sledge'
British English: sledge /slɛdʒ/ NOUN
A sledge is an object that you sit on in order to travel over snow.
We pulled the children across the snow on a sledge.
- American English: sled
- Arabic: مَزْلَق
- Brazilian Portuguese: trenó
- Chinese: 雪橇
- Croatian: sanjke
- Czech: sáně
- Danish: slæde
- Dutch: slee
- European Spanish: trineo vehículo
- Finnish: reki
- French: traîneau
- German: Schlitten
- Greek: έλκηθρο
- Italian: slitta
- Japanese: そり
- Korean: 썰매
- Norwegian: slegge
- Polish: sanie
- European Portuguese: trenó
- Romanian: sanie
- Russian: сани
- Spanish: trineo
- Swedish: släde
- Thai: เลื่อนหิมะขนาดใหญ่
- Turkish: kızak
- Ukrainian: санки
- Vietnamese: xe trượt tuyết
Definition of sledge from the Collins English Dictionary
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