Definition of 'snowboarding'
Example sentences containing 'snowboarding'
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But then a snowboarding contest presents an opportunity to win both prize money and admiration. The Sun (2013)She learned to ski there and we had our first go at snowboarding. The Sun (2016)The campaign also aims to encourage holidaymakers to take out insurance to cover injuries caused during extreme sports such as snowboarding. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It's like surfing or snowboarding on a pavement. Times, Sunday Times (2006)AN avalanche swept a snowboarding champion to her death yesterday. The Sun (2016)In winter we go snowboarding. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It continued a nightmare 2012 which began badly when he got a shoulder injury in a snowboarding accident and was out for two months. The Sun (2012)Job boring - go snowboarding. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And we'll need some snow too, so we can go skiing and snowboarding in those mountains. Times, Sunday Times (2008)On the day of the accident she was snowboarding with a group of new friends, who had taken a different run at the top of the mountain. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Once there, she catches the eye of her boss's son and puts her skills to good use in a snowboarding contest. The Sun (2014)
Trends of 'snowboarding'
Used Rarely. snowboarding is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'snowboarding'
British English: snowboarding NOUN
Snowboarding is the sport or activity of travelling down snowy slopes using a snowboard.
New snowboarding facilities should attract more people.
Definition of snowboarding from the Collins English Dictionary
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