Translation of toboggan in Spanish:


trineo, n.

Pronunciation /təˈbɑɡən//təˈbɒɡ(ə)n/


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    trineo masculine
    tobogán masculine
    • They brought him down the mountain on a toboggan.
    • We then load the blocks onto toboggans, haul them to the ice house, and stack and pack them with sawdust on all sides.
    • Beyond a small circle of knuckle draggers with a death wish, will aircraft-grade aluminum toboggans and such sell?
    • This is the skeleton, so called because of the distinct appearance of the first metal toboggans.
    • What finally remains of the peaks of Monument Valley when the world goes to sleep, as men depart on their toboggans to live in the suburbs?
    • Two smaller toboggans carried the rest of the gear.
    • The day of the party promises mittens and hats, mufflers and ski pants, toboggans and sleds.
    • Then, my daughter slid off the toboggan head first into a snow bank, and when I pulled her out she took from her mouth her first missing tooth.
    • Bring an inner-tube or a roll-up toboggan or something, so if the pigs show up you can pull a fancy Batman escape, zipping down the east face, giggling like an imp.
    • The camp appeared kind of unearthly from a short distance away - two tiny bright yellow pyramid tents, four wooden sledges, and two shining orange toboggans in a vast sea of white, dwarfed by the awesome, dark brown brooding mountains.
    • We have a moment to relax before joining a group for our evening activity - ‘bum sliding’ down the pistes on tiny toboggans.
    • In snow, it drove like a toboggan, but with worse steering.
    • To stand on the footbridges that straddle the Run and look up the ice as riders on toboggans hurtle head-first beneath your feet at speeds of 120 km/h or better is to be awed by the boundlessness of human folly.
    • Next was on a toboggan: ‘Beware: sled may develop high speed under certain snow conditions.’
    • Fred tells him that he is interested in toboggans.
    • However, it is not yet clear if the New Year will start on a sufficiently white note to allow children in the Republic to dust off their snowboards and toboggans.
    • At Pelican Creek, the men unhitched the dogs, rolled up their pants, took off their boots, picked up the toboggan with the calves, and waded across.
    • Rumour circulated the next day that some intrepids ventured up to the top of Bourke Street with toboggans in a midnight mission.
    • I always used to walk across the lake, skate on it, and even pull toboggans across it…
    • They were digging holes to make ramps for their toboggans and causing serious damage.

intransitive verb

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    deslizarse en trineo
    deslizarse en tobogán
    • We went to New Hampshire for a long winter party weekend and at some point one evening decided to toboggan down the empty ski slope before the sun set.
    • There were a group of older kids tobogganing down there, and residents said they were deliberately crashing into the trees.
    • I went tobogganing with my sister and her friend, using those big industrial plastic sacks as sledges.
    • Chuck a few snowballs around, maybe make a snowman, go tobogganing - all good fun.
    • The actress let out a scream as she tobogganed down a hill at the ski resort of Banff in Alberta, Canada.
    • The three of us spent four weeks touring around Europe, ending up with friends in Austria, making snow men and tobogganing down the slopes!
    • As the country was gripped by cold, children and adults were snowballing and tobogganing.
    • She also enjoyed tobogganing down the Cresta Run.
    • On the first snow day of the school year, Angelo phoned Squire and asked if he wanted to join him and his brothers tobogganing at the state park which had a good sledding hill.
    • Go tobogganing: If skiing, boarding or snowmobiling are simply beyond your means, go find a cardboard box and a hill.