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dry slope

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(also dry-ski slope)

Definition of dry slope in English:

noun

An artificial ski slope used for practice and training: [as modifier]: dry-slope skiing
More example sentences
  • Get in some dry-slope practice at Glasgow Ski and Snowboard Centre, Bellahouston Park, Dunbreck Road, Glasgow.
  • Over the next few weeks, they will try their hand at everything from dance, drama, and disc-jockeying to motorcycling, dry-slope skiing, costume making and web-site design.
  • The only time I've been dry-slope skiing, it snowed.

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