Definition of 'toboggan'
Example sentences containing 'toboggan'
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Eddie said, `The sax player, Jeff, says although the funicular has gone, the thing to do is toboggan down from Monte. THE GOLDEN LION (2002)Your ramble is up the toboggan path and down by the stream through the pinewoods. CHALLENGE FOR THE CHALET SCHOOL (2002)
Looked past the kitchen, at the hall to the bedroom where she'd paused Amy's slow-motion Fentanyl toboggan. ABSOLUTE ZERO (2002)
Trends of 'toboggan'
Used Rarely. toboggan is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'toboggan'
British English: toboggan /təˈbɒɡən/ NOUN
A toboggan is a light wooden board with a curved front, used for travelling down hills on snow or ice.
- American English: toboggan
- Arabic: مِزْلَقَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: tobogã
- Chinese: 平底雪撬
- Croatian: sanjke
- Czech: sáně
- Danish: toboggan
- Dutch: tobogan
- European Spanish: trineo tobogán
- Finnish: kelkka
- French: toboggan
- German: Schlitten
- Greek: τόμπογκαν αντικείμενο
- Italian: toboga
- Japanese: トボガン
- Korean: 터보건
- Norwegian: akebrett
- Polish: tobogan
- European Portuguese: tobogã
- Romanian: tobogan
- Russian: тобогган вид саней
- Spanish: tobogán
- Swedish: pulka
- Thai: เลื่อนหิมะ
- Turkish: kızak
- Ukrainian: сани
- Vietnamese: xe trượt toboggan
Definition of toboggan from the Collins English Dictionary
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