verb (used without object)
Origin of slalom
Examples from the Web for slalom
There are four disciplines on a scale from technical to speed, with slalom the most technical and the downhill the fastest.
Starting 40th in a Lienz, Austria slalom, she posted the fastest time of the day in her second run, finishing third.
The prince chatted with a few athletes and family members before conversing with Canadian slalom kayaker Michael Tayler.Prince Harry: I'm Too Old To Go Out Anymore. Really Your Highness?!|Tom Sykes|August 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for slalom
Word Origin for slalom
Word Origin and History for slalom
1921, from Norwegian slalam "skiing race," literally "sloping track," from sla "slope" + lam "track" (related to Norwegian laan "a row of houses;" cf. lane).