ski

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Noun[change]

Singular
ski

Plural
skis

6 skis
  1. A ski is a long piece of wood, metal or other material designed so a person who wears them on his feet can quickly move through snow
  2. A ski is one of a pair of long flat runners under an airplane that are used for landing on snow.

Derived terms[change]

Verb[change]

Plain form
ski

Third-person singular
skis

Past tense
skied

Past participle
skied

Present participle
skiing

A person skiing
  1. When you ski, you travel through snow on skis
    I skied down the hill at Green Diamond Lodge