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ski slope

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishski slopeˈski slope noun [countable]  a snow-covered part of a mountain which has been prepared for people to ski down
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ski slopeBehind them there was a ski slope, a man with two skis on his shoulder, and the blue winter sky.Either way, a ski slope of unparalleled lubricity would result.Practice ski lessons were arranged at the local dry ski slope.Did Pauline break a speed record for getting a pattern off the page and on to the ski slope?
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