Translation of sleigh in Spanish:

sleigh

trineo, n.

Pronunciation /sleɪ//sleɪ/

noun

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    trineo masculine
    • Horse-drawn sleighs jingle by, carrying passengers on the occasional Sunday outing.
    • It's a kaleidoscope of colours: young parents push their youngsters in sleighs, and children giggle as they weave through skaters that enjoy the picturesque Parliament Hill backdrop.
    • There are six sleighs drawn by three horses each and carrying from six to twelve passengers.
    • Dog sleds and horse drawn sleighs are also available.
    • But for the children it was the arrival of Father Christmas in a sleigh led by Cairngorm reindeer that made the event so special.
    • A ride through the forests on a troika - a sleigh pulled by three horses - is a real treat.
    • They climbed over an 8,000-foot pass and then skied down to Boulder Station, where they rode a horse-drawn sleigh the remaining miles to Ketchum.
    • Take your holiday décor beyond the traditional sleigh and reindeer by adding some new, festive friends.
    • Coffins were transported in improvised sleighs - usually barn doors taken from their hinges and pulled with ropes.
    • We have been collecting in Swindon for about 50 years, and that sleigh had been built in 1969.
    • A tiny gentleman bows to a lady, and children pull each other in sleighs.
    • They didn't have dog sleighs, they didn't have skin boats, they didn't learn from the Inuit how to kill seals at breeding holes in the winter.
    • There was more traffic on the roads: single riders on llamas or deer, sleds and sleighs, some wheeled wagons taking it very easy.
    • It's all very depressing especially seeing as we invested in some sleighs a few years back.
    • When higher elevation deep snows prevented stages from accessing mountain towns, passengers transferred to sleighs.
    • He concentrated on the production of winter scenes, with skaters, sleighs, tobogganers, and people playing kolf (an early form of golf), which convey a sense of delight in the picturesque aspects of Dutch leisure in the 17th century.
    • Behind the village we follow a candlelit path into the forest ducking under branches, until, in a clearing, by a tall teepee with smoke coming out the top, we come across five reindeer harnessed to old-fashioned sleighs.
    • They hunt reindeer, herd reindeer, eat reindeer meat, drink reindeer milk, ride on reindeer's backs, drive reindeer-drawn sleighs, wear clothes and shoes made of reindeer skins.
    • Finally, the bags were upstairs, the sleigh put in the barn, and the horses tended.
    • A great way to make an entrance into your snow touched special day is via horse and carriage, or better yet, in a sleigh.

intransitive verb

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    to go sleighing ir a pasear en trineo
    • The sleighing was very good down in the morning but it thawed considerably yesterday and I had quite poor sleighing for eight miles this side of Newburgh coming home.
    • Somewhat incongruously she also described the amusements of the respectable ladies and gentlemen of Deadwood, happily recalling picnics, tennis games, church socials, sleighing parties, and balls.
    • Snowmobiles, dog sleds and reindeer sleighs become common in the winter months. The city is a popular ski resort and winter is quite a lively time.
    • People beyond thirty or forty years of age remember winter woollies, slides on frozen footpaths and weeks of sleighing on hillsides and roads.
    • The organisation covers all costs including accommodation and winter activities such as para-gliding, skiing, dog sleighing and snowboarding.
    • Whereas curling, skating, and sleighing were available elsewhere, snowshoeing and tobogganing were specifically Canadian winter sports, which had to be experienced in situ.
    • Raymond the reindeer will be lapping up the attention in Bourton again this Christmas despite fears that he would be sleighing away.
    • During these months, its countless lakes freeze solid, providing perfect surfaces for skidoo driving, reindeer sleighing and Siberian husky safaris.