Definition of snowboard in English:

snowboard

Syllabification: snow·board
Pronunciation: /ˈsnōˌbôrd
 
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noun

  • A board resembling a short, broad ski, used for sliding downhill on snow.
    More example sentences
    • I dumped the snowboard on the snow and gave the little boy a hug.
    • I fell in love with the snow and with my snowboard.
    • It boasts a ski rental of over 400 sets of equipment, including snowboards, carving skis, snow blades and even some cross country skis.

verb

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  • Slide downhill on a snowboard: (as noun snowboarding) the thrills of snowboarding
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    • I went snowboarding for the first time a couple of weeks ago.
    • And there are beautiful uncluttered slopes for skiing and snowboarding nearby in the Sierra Nevadas.
    • I fortunately try to go skiing or snowboarding as much as I can, to keep my muscles in tune.

Derivatives

snowboarder

noun
More example sentences
  • Also, it rankles me to see so much media attention paid to sponsored snowboarders and skiers who are just jumping out of helicopters to do their descents.
  • Novice skiers or snowboarders can handle this terrain with basic technique.
  • Why do snowboarders use less energy than skiers in the powder?

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