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skiing British & World English

The action of travelling over snow on skis, especially as a sport or recreation. Competitive skiing falls into two categories: Nordic (cross-country racing and jumping) and Alpine (downhill or straight racing, and slalom racing round a series of markers)

skiing in ski British & World English

Travel over snow on skis; take part in the sport or recreation of skiing

heli-skiing British & World English

Skiing in which the skier is taken up the mountain by helicopter

para-ski British & World English

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

waterski British & World English

Skim the surface of water on waterskis

skiing English-Spanish

esquí m

jet-skiing English-Spanish

motociclismo

water-skiing English-Spanish

esquí m acuático

skiing holiday in skiing English-Spanish

vacaciones, vacaciones

skiing instructor in skiing English-Spanish

instructor, -tora m,f de esquí

he took to skiing like a duck to water in duck English-Spanish

empezó a esquiar como si lo hubiera hecho toda la vida

to kit oneself out for a skiing holiday in kit English-Spanish

equiparse para unas vacaciones en una estación de esquí

to kit oneself out for a skiing holiday in kit out English-Spanish

equiparse para unas vacaciones en una estación de esquí

I'll never go skiing again: one broken leg is enough! in enough English-Spanish

no voy a esquiar nunca más, con una pierna rota me basta

Aspen's OK for skiing, but Scunthorpe is really where it's at in where English-Spanish

Aspen no está mal para esquiar, pero adonde hay que ir es a Scunthorpe