in-line skate Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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in-line skatenoun [C usually pl]

 us   /ˈɪnˌlɑɪnˈskeɪt/ (trademark Rollerblade)
a ​type of ​shoe with a ​singlerow of ​smallwheels on the ​bottom which you ​wear in ​order to ​travel along ​quickly for ​enjoyment, ​sports, or ​exercise
(Definition of in-line skate from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “in-line skate”
in Chinese (Simplified) 一字轮旱冰鞋,直排轮鞋…
in Turkish paten, paten ayakkabısı…
in Russian роликовые коньки…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一字輪旱冰鞋,直排輪鞋…
in Polish rolka, łyżworolka…
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