English version

skate in Sport topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishldoce_303_eskateskate1 /skeɪt/ ●●○ noun  1 [countable]DSO one of a pair of boots with metal blades on the bottom, for moving quickly on ice syn ice skate2 [countable]DS one of a pair of boots or frames with small wheels on the bottom, for moving quickly on flat smooth surfaces syn roller skate3 [countable, uncountable] (plural skate or skates)HBF a large flat sea fish that can be eaten4 get/put your skates on
Examples from the Corpus
skateI suspect that most sensible designers would think in terms of something more like a skate.The only thing it hasn't got is a decent skate shop.Ice skates were only a $ 74 million business.But in-line skates were a $ 700 million business and growing at 20 percent a year, Wakefield said.Louis' blue and red, canceled the morning skate.The park is pretty dialled in with a food shop, skate shop, and the midi ramp.