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snowboardverb [I]

uk   /ˈsnəʊ.bɔːd/  us   /ˈsnoʊ.bɔːrd/
to slide on the snow by standing on a specially shaped board: I'm learning to snowboard at the moment.
snowboarder
noun [C] uk   /-bɔː.dər/  us   /-bɔːr.dɚ/ (informal boarder)

snowboardnoun [C]

uk   /ˈsnəʊ.bɔːd/  us   /ˈsnoʊ.bɔːrd/
B1 a specially shaped board that you stand on to slide down a snow-covered slope: Snowboard parks (= where you can snowboard) are becoming more popular.
Translations of “snowboard”
in Korean 스노우보드, 방설판…
in Arabic لَوح التزَلُّج…
in Portuguese prancha na neve…
in Catalan planxa de neu…
in Japanese スノーボード(の板)…
in Italian tavola snowboard…
in Chinese (Traditional) 滑雪板,單板滑雪…
in Russian сноуборд…
in Turkish kar kayağı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 单板滑雪…
in Polish deska (snowboardowa), snowboard…
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