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American English: /pist/
British English: /piːst/

Translation of piste in Spanish:


  • to ski off-piste
    esquiar fuera de pista
    Example sentences
    • The group were obviously delighted when they arrived at their destination, Ruka and saw several feet of snow on the piste.
    • The first snow on the gravel piste caused some of the bikers to turn the same colour.
    • Boian also helped create the pistes and ski lifts on the mountain.

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