Rollerblade

[roh-ler-bleyd]
verb (used without object), Roll·er·blad·ed, Roll·er·blad·ing.
  1. (often lowercase) to skate on in-line skates.
Related formsRoll·er·blad·er, roll·er·blad·er, noun
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Rollerblade

noun
  1. trademark a type of roller skate in which the wheels are set in a single straight line under the boot
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Word Origin and History for rollerblade

Rollerblade

n.

1985, a registered proprietary name in U.S., from roller + blade (n.). As a verb by 1988. Related: Rollerblading.

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