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slalom

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈslɑː.ləm/
a race for people on skis or in canoes (= long light narrow boats) in which they have to follow a route that bends in and out between poles
Translations of “slalom”
in Vietnamese cuộc thi trượt băng…
in Spanish eslálom…
in Thai การเล่นสกี…
in Malaysian slalom…
in French slalom…
in German der Slalom…
in Chinese (Traditional) (滑雪)彎道比賽, (獨木舟)迴旋賽…
in Indonesian lomba (ski, perahu, mobil…
in Russian слалом…
in Turkish slalom…
in Chinese (Simplified) (滑雪)回转赛, (独木舟)回旋赛…
in Polish slalom…
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