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off-piste

adjective, adverb uk   /ˌɒfˈpiːst/ us    /ˌɑːf-/ mainly UK
used to refer to skiing that is done on areas of snow that have not been specially prepared for skiing on
Translations of “off-piste”
in Chinese (Traditional) 偏離滑雪道(的)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 偏离滑雪道(的)…
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