a suspended, inclined cable equipped with a pulley and down which a harnessed rider glides for recreation: The most popular rides at the fair are the two ziplines.
to ride for recreation along a suspended, inclined cable equipped with a pulley and a harness: We ziplined for more than two hours through the rainforest.
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How to use zipline in a sentence
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British Dictionary definitions for zip line
a cable mechanism used for transportation across a river, gorge, etc
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