bobsledding
noun Date: 1883 the act, skill, or sport of riding or racing on a bobsled

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  • bobsledding — m DEFINICIJA v. bob (2) …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • bobsledding — /bob sled ing/, n. the sport of coasting or competing in races on a bobsled. [1830 40; BOBSLED + ING1] * * * Sport of sliding down a winding ice covered run on a large metal sled (bobsled). The sled is equipped with two pairs of runners, a long… …   Universalium

  • bobsledding — noun The act or sport of riding a bobsled …   Wiktionary

  • bobsledding — n. type of sled used in snow v. ride on a bobsled …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bobsledding — noun riding on a bobsled • Hypernyms: ↑sledding …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bobsledding (word game) — Bobsledding (an intentional distortion of the name for the sport of bobsleigh) is a relatively new word association game. It has two alternate forms: Bobagomi and Bobagomi Online.Rules of the GameThe game involves at least two, but up to six,… …   Wikipedia

  • Bobsledding and Luge — ▪ 2002 Introduction Bobsledding.       The top story of the 2000–01 bobsled season was the success of Jean Racine (and her brakeman, Jennifer Davidson) of the U.S. The duo combined to win six gold medals out of seven World Cup races, and for the… …   Universalium

  • You're\ bobsledding\ on\ thin\ ice — Used instead of the term, You re skating on thin ice. It gives a more threatening threat you re more likely to fall through if you re bobsledding than simply skating on the ice. You re bobsledding on thin ice, mate. I d watch it …   Dictionary of american slang

  • You're\ bobsledding\ on\ thin\ ice — Used instead of the term, You re skating on thin ice. It gives a more threatening threat you re more likely to fall through if you re bobsledding than simply skating on the ice. You re bobsledding on thin ice, mate. I d watch it …   Dictionary of american slang

  • Olympic Games — 1. Also called Olympian Games. the greatest of the games or festivals of ancient Greece, held every four years in the plain of Olympia in Elis, in honor of Zeus. 2. a modern international sports competition, held once every four years. [1600 10]… …   Universalium

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