sledge Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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sledgenoun [C]

uk   us   /sledʒ/ UK (US sled)
an ​object used for ​travelling over ​snow and ​ice with ​long, ​narrowstrips of ​wood or ​metal under it ​instead of ​wheels. It can be either a ​lowframe, or a ​vehicle like a carriagepulled by ​horses or ​dogs.
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sledgeverb [I or T]

uk   us   /sledʒ/ UK (US sled)
to ​ride or ​travel on ​snow using a sledge
(Definition of sledge from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “sledge”
in Korean 썰매…
in Arabic مِزْلَقة…
in Malaysian kereta luncur salji…
in French luge, traîneau…
in Russian сани, санки…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雪橇…
in Italian slitta…
in Turkish kızak…
in Polish sanki, sanie…
in Spanish trineo…
in Vietnamese xe trượt tuyết…
in Portuguese trenó…
in Thai เลื่อนหิมะขนาดใหญ่…
in German der Schlitten…
in Catalan trineu…
in Japanese (英)そり…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雪橇…
in Indonesian kereta luncur…
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