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skibob

[ skee-bob ]
/ ˈskiˌbɒb /
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noun
a winter-sport vehicle for riding downhill over snow, often used at mountain resorts, that runs on a fixed ski and has a much shorter, pivoting front ski steered by handlebars, with the rider sitting as on a bicycle and usually wearing miniskis to assist in balancing the vehicle.
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Origin of skibob

First recorded in 1965–70; ski + bob(sled)

OTHER WORDS FROM skibob

skibobber, nounskibobbing, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for skibob

skibob
/ (ˈskiːbɒb) /

noun
a vehicle made of two short skis, the forward one having a steering handle and the rear one supporting a low seat, for gliding down snow slopes

Derived forms of skibob

skibobber, nounskibobbing, noun

Word Origin for skibob

C20: from ski + bob ². See bobsleigh
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