- 1A light toboggan for one or two people, ridden in a sitting or supine position.More example sentences
- I met Karmen and Elle at the top again, the two of them breathless from trying to figure out how to control their luges.
- Visions of tobogganing, the luge and downhill skiing all filled my head as I put together yet another estimate - this time to remove the water pump for inspection and replace it if required.
- I have also mentioned an incident that happened to me in January this year, when my son and I sought to buy 10 tickets to ride the luge in Rotorua.
- 1.1 [mass noun] A sport in which competitors make a timed descent of a course riding luges: the finals of the women’s lugeMore example sentences
- Sports most frequently training in Lake Placid include biathlon, bobsled, figure skating, ice hockey, luge, skiing and speed skating.
- Perhaps the reason I prefer downhill skiing, luge, cross-country, speed skating, and other such sports in the Winter Olympics is that judging vagaries don't affect them.
- Hayden's interest in luge started when she saw the sport for the first time while watching the 1994 Olympics on television.
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- Ride on a luge: youths luged in a reckless styleMore example sentences
- I started luging at 14 years of age when a luge track was built in Muskegon.
- I initially became interested in luging when I saw a documentary about it on television.
- We can take the gondola/cable car/whatever you want to call it all the way up and go luging!
late 19th century (as a verb): from Swiss French.
More definitions of lugeDefinition of luge in:
- The US English dictionary