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slednoun [C]

uk   us   /sled/ US (UK sledge)
an object used for travelling over snow and ice with long, narrow strips of wood or metal under it instead of wheels. It can be either a low frame, or a vehicle like a carriage pulled by horses or dogs.

sledverb [I or T]

US (UK sledge)
to ride or travel on snow using a sled
Translations of “sled”
in Chinese (Traditional) 雪橇…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雪橇…
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