English to Danish Meaning :: sled

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Noun(1) a vehicle mounted on runners and pulled by horses or dogs; for transportation over snow
Verb(1) ride (on

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(1) She threw herself onto the sled and slid down through the fresh snow to the bottom.(2) Traveling by reindeer sled is a wonderfully quiet and peaceful way to see the North, with just the sounds of the reindeer's hooves on the snow and the tinkling of bells on their harnesses.(3) A covered carriage with sled runners pulled by four strong horses is awaiting its passengers.(4) He's a working dog: for rallies he wears a harness and pulls a rig or sled , as he was bred to do.(5) The man tries to explain his state of mind by comparing it to going downhill on a snow sled, but Jonas does not know what sled and snow are.(6) His 400-mile trek to the Magnetic North Pole, pulling a 70 kg sled , is planned to take about 30 days.(7) Oh, you might go out to sled , to build a snowman, but the days of sitting out back with your feet up, listening to the radio, having a cup of hard dark coffee and a good cigar are over, son.(8) Abel travelled by sled to visit his fiancÔö£┬«e again in Froland for Christmas 1828.(9) I can't wait for a little more snow so we can take Mark downhill on the sled .(10) Another gray sled pulled up, Zeke leaning over the edge.(11) Zachery, with his usual flair for talking a good game but chickening out when the crunch came, at first refused outright to sled down the hill.(12) Mr Cooney, who already holds the Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award, has had to pull a 200 lb sled across the snow and ice.(13) All you can hear is the swishing of the sled runners across the snow, the pitter-patter of the dogs' feet, and my own breathing as I puff through a scarf that's matted with ice crystals.(14) It was a common site to see a team of six to eight men pushing and pulling a wooden sled up the hill to deliver artillery ammunition.(15) I forced myself to get up and, with what little strength I had left, began running after the horse and sled .(16) She places whatever she needs in a snow sled and pulls it wherever she needs to go.
Related Words
(1) sled dog ::
1. toboggan ::
2. sledge ::
3. bobsled ::
4. luge ::
5. coaster ::
6. dogsled ::
Hunde slæde
7. sleigh ::
8. cutter ::
9. carriole ::
10. troika ::
11. sleigh ::
Different Forms
sled, sleds
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