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Definition of 'snowboard'

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Example sentences containing 'snowboard'

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In the winter he manages a ski and snowboard school and in summer he runs cycling and climbing tours. The Sun (2014)We ski and snowboard and sledge. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The agony and the ecstasy of learning to snowboard or ski is not restricted to your first few days on the mountain. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Train as a ski or snowboard instructor in Canada. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Ski or snowboard packs including equipment hire, tuition and lift passes are additional. The Sun (2009)It costs from 189 return and one set of skis or snowboard is allowed at no extra cost. Times, Sunday Times (2012)TAKING all your ski or snowboard kit on the plane with you can really bump up the price of your holiday. The Sun (2012)IF you've got the white stuff you could train to be a ski or snowboard instructor. The Sun (2008)For those who don't ski or snowboard, most festivals offer discounts at ski schools. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I was a barmaid, then a snowboard instructor, then a painter and decorator. Times, Sunday Times (2008)

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Translations for 'snowboard'

British English: snowboard NOUN
A snowboard is a narrow board that you stand on in order to slide quickly down snowy slopes as a sport or for fun.
  • American English: snowboard
  • Brazilian Portuguese: prancha de snowboard
  • Chinese: 滑雪板
  • European Spanish: tabla de snowboard
  • French: planche de snowboard
  • German: Snowboard
  • Italian: snowboard
  • Japanese: スノーボード
  • Korean: 스노보드
  • European Portuguese: prancha de snowboard
  • Spanish: tabla de snowboard

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