Definition of bobsled in English:


Line breaks: bob|sled
Pronunciation: /ˈbɒbslɛd


North American term for bobsleigh.
More example sentences
  • The Olympic committee said the bobsled association and ‘entrepreneurs or elites in our society’ were supposed to fund the sport and provide a bobsled, uniform and equipment for its Winter Games teams.
  • This is a very vibrant, powerful and angry film offering a view of country that's not all bobsleds and dreadlocks.
  • Your bobsled seems to jerk around the track and it is very difficult to learn how to properly maneuver your sled down the course.



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  • The Salt Lake Organizing Committee must test its venues before the Games arrive, so more than a dozen events - from bobsledding and figure skating to freestyle aerobatics and downhill racing - are scheduled.
  • She then turned to bobsledding, where she failed another drug test in 2002.
  • What's unique about the sport of bobsledding is you can take a great athlete and make him a good bobsledder.

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