a conveyance that carries skiers up the side of a slope, consisting typically of a series of chairs suspended from an endless cable driven by motors.
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How to use ski lift in a sentence
Austria had recently banned unvaccinated people from visiting restaurants, cafés, and—yes—ski lifts, but its new lockdown is far more severe.What Europe’s new covid surge means—and what it doesn’t | Bobbie Johnson | November 15, 2021 | MIT Technology Review
A great fleece will keep you comfortable during a range of situations in cool and cold temps, from slow ski lifts to multi-pitch sport climbs.Long-Term Review: These Are the Best Women's Fleeces | Anna Callaghan | April 13, 2021 | Outside Online
With mohair climbing skins attached to the bottoms of skis, telemark skiers can ski up mountains, also called “skinning,” freeing them from requiring ski lifts.
Since the resort opened the season on Thanksgiving, social-distancing measures, limited ski lift access, and local mask mandates have helped keep winter feeling fun and safe.
A ride in a ski lift crafted to look like a flying hot-air balloon even brought visitors to the vantage point of a flying monkey.
British Dictionary definitions for ski lift
any of various devices for carrying skiers up a slope, such as a chairlift
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