What is another word for ski slope?
[ skˈiː slˈə͡ʊp], [ skˈiː slˈəʊp], [ s_k_ˈiː s_l_ˈəʊ_p]
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Synonyms for Ski slope:
n.• object (noun)
How to use "Ski slope" in context?
In the wintertime, skiing is a popular activity enjoyed by people of all ages. ski slopes are specific areas on mountains where skiers can ski down a snow-covered slope. Ski slopes can be found all over the world, and many ski resorts also have ski slopes that are open to the public.
The ski slope is a specialized area of land that is designed for skiing. Ski slopes vary in shape and size, and they can be found on both hills and mountains. Ski slopes typically have a slope angle of around 30 degrees, which is the angle of incline at which skiers can travel down the slope.
Homophones for Ski slope:
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