[ sits-mahrk, zits- ]
/ ˈsɪtsˌmɑrk, ˈzɪts- /
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a sunken area in the snow marking a backward fall of a skier.
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British Dictionary definitions for sitzmark
/ (ˈsɪtsˌmɑːk, ˈzɪts-) /
skiing a depression in the snow where a skier has fallen
Word Origin for sitzmark
German, literally: seat mark
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