[ loozh ]
/ luʒ /
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a one- or two-person sled for coasting or racing down a chute, used especially in Europe.
verb (used without object), luged, lug·ing.
to go or race on a luge: to luge at nearly 70 miles per hour.
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Origin of luge
Borrowed into English from dialectal French around 1900–05
OTHER WORDS FROM lugeluger, noun
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How to use luge in a sentence
We went back to our café corner to watch the luging and to have luncheon.The Car That Went Abroad|Albert Bigelow Paine
British Dictionary definitions for luge
/ (luːʒ) /
a racing toboggan on which riders lie on their backs, descending feet first
(intr) to ride on a luge
Word Origin for luge
C20: from French
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