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skateboardskate‧board /ˈskeɪtbɔːd $ -bɔːrd/ ●●○ noun [countable]  skateboard.jpg DSOa short board with two small wheels at each end, which you can stand on and ride for fun or as a sportskateboarding noun [uncountable]skateboarder noun [countable]
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skateboardSkateboard Tow Head on his skateboard threads through a crowd of feet and faces delayed to a slow stupidity.These include a skateboard and a punchball.Undoubtably you will come across Koopas making a getaway on a skateboard, bike, balloon, or whatever.Students may remember their early failures in learning to ride a bike or a skateboard, or learning to swim.Suddenly she trips over a skateboard in front of a home and crashes to the ground.A new voucher system enables kids to choose attractive and colourful frames, which reflect the brightness of mountain bikes and skateboards.A teenager carrying his skateboard passed a man wearing a yarmulke.He finds a lumber mill and a metal shop that will sell him wood planks and wheels for $ 5 per skateboard.
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