Definition of dry-ski in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˈdrīskē/

Entry from US English dictionary


Denoting or relating to skiing on an artificial surface: a dry-ski slope
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  • Most dry ski slopes offer courses for beginners, ranging from a few hours of introduction, to a series of intensive courses.
  • In order to fulfil this need dry ski slopes have been developed throughout England and Wales.

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Syllabification: dry-ski

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