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parascending

noun [U] uk   /ˈpær.əˌsen.dɪŋ/  us   /ˈper-/
a sport in which you wear a parachute and you are connected by a long rope to a car or boat which pulls you up into the air as it moves forward on the ground or on water
Translations of “parascending”
in Chinese (Traditional) (由汽車或船牽引在空中滑翔的)滑翔傘運動…
in Chinese (Simplified) (由汽车或船牵引在空中滑翔的)滑伞运动…
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