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Translation of "ski" - English-German dictionary

ski

noun /skiː/
one of a pair of long narrow strips of wood etc that are attached to the feet for gliding over snow, water etc. der Ski
ski-
of or for the activity of skiing Ski-… ski-suits ski-jump.
skier noun
der/die Skifahrer(in) The slope was crowded with skiers.
skiing noun
das Skifahren, Ski-… Skiing is her favourite sport (also adjective) a skiing holiday.
ski jump noun
a competition between skiers to see who will jump furthest off a steep slope. das Skispringen
a steep snow-covered slope before a sharp drop, to help skiers leap into the air. die Sprungschanze
ski jumper noun
der Skispringer
ski jumping noun
das Skispringen
ski lift noun
a cable system with chairs for carrying skiers up a slope. der Skilift
ski pole noun
one of the two poles that skiers hold in their hands and use while skiing. die Skistöcke
ski resort noun
a place that has the facilities for skiing, where people go to ski especially on holidays. das Skigebiet
ski slope noun
a snowy slope where people can ski. die Skipiste
ski run noun
a slope or a track for skiing. die Skipiste
ski track/trail noun
a ski run; a path taken by skiers. der Skilauf
ski tow noun
a ski lift; a cable system for pulling skiers up a slope. der Skilift
Translations of “ski”
in Arabic مِزْلَجَة…
in Korean 스키…
in Malaysian ski…
in French ski…
in Turkish kayak…
in Italian sci…
in Chinese (Traditional) 滑雪板…
in Russian лыжа…
in Polish narta…
in Vietnamese ván trượt tuyết…
in Spanish esquí, esquiar…
in Portuguese esqui…
in Thai กระดานสกี…
in Catalan esquí…
in Japanese スキー板…
in Indonesian ski…
in Chinese (Simplified) 滑雪板…
(Definition of ski from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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