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chute-the-chute Syllabification: chute-the-chute

Entry from US English dictionary

(also chute-the-chutes)

Definition of chute-the-chute in English:

noun

A steep slide or roller coaster, especially with water at the foot.
Example sentences
  • The park has three water rides including a very short Log Flume, a River Rapids Ride, and an excellently themed chute-the-chutes splash ride called Escape from Pompeii.
  • Just beyond center field was a large amusement park, featuring a chute-the-chutes advertised as the highest and steepest in the world.
  • But patrons were equally taken with White City's enjoyable attractions, including several roller coasters, a chute-the-chutes, two ballrooms, inexpensive eats, and its landmark Electric Tower.

verb

(chute the chute or chute the chutes) Back to top  
Slide down or ride on a chute-the-chute.

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