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ski British & World English

Each of a pair of long, narrow pieces of hard, flexible material, typically pointed and turned up at the front, fastened under the feet for travelling over snow

dry-ski British & World English

Denoting or relating to skiing on an artificial surface

jet ski British & World English

A small jet-propelled vehicle which skims across the surface of water and is ridden in a similar way to a motorcycle

ski-bob British & World English

A device resembling a bicycle with skis instead of wheels, used for sliding down snow-covered slopes

ski run British & World English

A track on a slope for skiing

ski tow British & World English

A type of ski lift, with a moving rope or bars suspended from a moving overhead cable

jet-ski New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(hyphen, two words as noun, capital as trademark)

après-ski British & World English

The social activities and entertainment following a day’s skiing

grass ski British & World English

Each of a pair of devices resembling caterpillar tracks, worn on the feet for going down grass-covered slopes as if on skis

para-ski British & World English

Jump from an aircraft by parachute and ski from the landing place, as a sport or race

ski boat British & World English

A small powerboat used for towing waterskiers

ski jump British & World English

A steep slope levelling off before a sharp drop to allow a skier to leap through the air

ski lift British & World English

A system used to transport skiers up a slope to the top of a run, typically consisting of moving seats attached to an overhead cable

ski mask British & World English

A protective covering for the head and face, with holes for the eyes, nose, and mouth

ski pants British & World English

Trousers worn for skiing

ski-plane British & World English

An aeroplane having its undercarriage fitted with skis for landing on snow or ice

ski pole British & World English

Either of two light metal poles held by a skier to assist in balance or propulsion

ski stick British & World English

Old-fashioned term for ski pole.

après-ski New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

social activities after skiing

ski-plane New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

aeroplane with skis for landing on snow or ice

ski-flying British & World English

A form of ski jumping from a higher slope so that the skier jumps further

ski touring British & World English

Skiing across open country, walking uphill on skis as well as skiing downhill

skidoo British & World English

Leave somewhere quickly

Skidoo British & World English

A type of snowmobile

skiwear British & World English

Clothing suitable for wearing while skiing

ski trail in trail British & World English

A downhill ski run or cross-country ski route

waterski British & World English

Each of a pair of skis enabling the wearer to skim the surface of the water when towed by a motor boat

ski binding in binding British & World English

A mechanical device fixed to a ski to grip a ski boot, especially either of a pair used for downhill skiing which hold the toe and heel of the boot and release it automatically in a fall

skijoring British & World English

The action of being pulled over snow or ice on skis by a horse or dog, as a sport or recreation activity

dry slope British & World English

An artificial ski slope used for practice and training

dry-ski slope in dry slope British & World English

An artificial ski slope used for practice and training