|rink for roller-skating||roller rink|
|a trademark for a machine that resurfaces the ice on hockey and skating rinks||Zamboni|
|a trademark for a type of roller skate on which the wheels are arranged in one straight line, brand name of a type of in-line rollerskate (in which all of the wheels are in one line)||Rollerblade|
|act of gliding about on roller skates||rollerskating|
|act of gliding on ice with ice skates; act of gliding on a hard surface with roller skates, moving about or performing on skates||skating|
|adopt position with spread limbs, force into spread-out position, in spread-out position, overly patriotic, perform skating figure, spread-eagled, stretch body across||spread-eagle|
|area of ice used for sports, building for ice sports, ice surface for ice skating and other sports; wooden surface for rollerskating; skating arena; designated area on which a game is played, playing side, surface used for roller-skating||rink|
|basic figure-skating movement||school figure|
|behave idly or irresponsibly, bottom-dwelling marine food fish, glide across ice with ice skates; glide across a hard surface with roller skates, shoe with a blade on the bottom for gliding on ice; roller skate, shoe with wheels on the bottom for glidi...||skate|
|dandy, dandy roller, wire cylinder used in papermaking||dandy roll|
|flat board attached to four small wheels and used for skating on hard surfaces, ride a skateboard, use a skateboard to coast across hard surfaces, ride on skateboard, wheeled board for riding||skateboard|
|glide about on roller skates||rollerskate|
|hockey on roller skates||roller hockey|
|ice show, dance and/or skating performance on ice (Slang)||icer|
|ice skating||figure skating|
|in-line skating, skate or rollerblade wearing an updated and adjusted version of rollerskates called rollerblades that have only one blade on the bottom side of each boot||blading|
|individually choreographed competitive ice skating||free skating|
|jump in figure skating||toe loop|
|jump in ice skating||axel|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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