Definition of zip line in English:

zip line

Line breaks: zip line
(also zip wire)

noun

A cable or rope stretched between two points of different heights, down which a person slides for amusement by means of a suspended harness, pulley or handle.
More example sentences
  • The design allows players to run around on rooftops, use zip lines or take covered routes through buildings.
  • They have to lower this basket down a zip line system, 600 feet down to the bottom.
  • She then attaches a rope hook in an out of the way place and she pulls up and neatly stacks the zip line.

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