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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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pistepiste /piːst/ noun [countable] British English  1 DLTDSOa snow-covered slope which has been prepared for people to ski down off-piste2 across the piste
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pistePhil Judd, of Ski Tech Systems, pulled off the deal which involved supplying enough matting to lay a 200m piste.Information abounds - piste maps are dispensed beside lift queues, weather forecasts are posted everywhere and broadcast incessantly.The map showed Reggane to be off the main piste.Your friends told us to follow the piste and we'd be sure to meet you head on.So, that's why I will not be heading for the piste this year.With the pistes almost empty, it was a skier's dream.It usually means clattering over ice and rocks down a three-foot-wide piste, in gale-force winds and horizontal rain.
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