There are 2 translations of ski in Spanish:

ski1

Pronunciation: /skiː/

n

  • [Sport] esquí (m); [Aviat] esquí (m) (before n) ski boots/suit botas (fpl)/traje (m) de esquiar ski instructor monitor, -tora (m,f) de esquí ski mask verdugo (m), pasamontañas (m) ski mountaineering esquí (m) de travesía or de montaña ski pants o (BrE) trousers pantalones (mpl) de esquí, pantalones (mpl) fuseau ski pass pase (m) de esquí, forfait (m) (Esp) ski pole o (BrE) stick bastón (m) (de esquí) ski run pista (f) de esquí
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    • If you own waxless skis, try a pair of waxable skis on a day when it is below freezing.
    • In my experience, the fit of the ski is not nearly as important as whether you have a good pair of skis.
    • Neither of the fundraisers have even put on a pair of skis or salopettes, but they intend to glide down the slopes with ease in the 26 mile event.
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    • These one- or two-passenger vehicles attached to three skis had an enclosed cab and a small airplane engine mounted on the rear.
    • The machine took flight and landed on its skis and continued to be piloted by some unseen force toward a cropping of baby trees further down the slope.
    • The skis get hot, and when the aircraft stops the skis can stick to the ice.
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    • Mr Fieldhouse said the next protest was planned for May Day, when families would be invited to wakesurf, water-ski on wide skis and ‘break the by-law’.

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There are 2 translations of ski in Spanish:

ski2

vi

  • esquiar* to go skiing ir* a esquiar we skied all the way down the mountain bajamos la montaña esquiando
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    • Her favourite sport is skiing, and as a student she often cycled to class.
    • I have skied and taught through most of the innovations in our equipment and changes in our skiing technique.
    • Most headed to big resorts on the Black Sea, but some traveled to the mountains to ski or hike.

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Word of the day rigor
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rigor (US), rigour (GB) …
Cultural fact of the day

Santería is a religious cult, fusing African beliefs and Catholicism, which developed among African Yoruba slaves in Cuba. Followers believe both in a single supreme being and also in orishas, deities who each share an identity with a Christian saint and who combine a force of nature with human characteristics. Rituals involve music, dancing, sacrificial offerings, divination, and going into trances.