toboggan Definition in Cambridge British English Dictionary
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toboggannoun [C]

uk   /təˈbɒɡ.ən/  us   /-ˈbɑː.ɡən/
an object used for sliding over snow and ice which consists of a low frame on which a person or people sit
toboggan
verb [I] uk   us  
We could go tobogganing on Primrose Hill.
Translations of “toboggan”
in Arabic زَلاقة…
in Korean 터보건…
in Malaysian tobogan…
in French luge…
in Turkish kıvrık burunlu kızak…
in Italian toboga…
in Chinese (Traditional) 長雪橇,平底雪橇…
in Russian санки…
in Polish sanki, tobogan…
in Vietnamese xe trượt băng…
in Spanish tobogán…
in Portuguese tobogã…
in Thai เลื่อนหิมะ…
in German der Rodelschlitten…
in Catalan tobogan…
in Japanese トボガン(平底のそり)…
in Indonesian kereta luncur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 长雪橇,平底雪橇…
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