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A trademark for an inline skate.
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(Individual Sports, other than specified) trademark a type of roller skate in which the wheels are set in a single straight line under the boot
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(ˈroʊ lərˌbleɪd)
v. -blad•ed, -blad•ing.
1. Trademark. a brand of in-line skates.
2. (often l.c.) to skate on in-line skates.
roll′er•blad`er, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Rollerblade - (trademark) an in-line skate
in-line skate - a shoe with a line of rollers fixed to the sole
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
Verb1.Rollerblade - travel on shoes with a single line of rubber wheels attached to their soles; "you'd better wear a helmet and knee protectors when you Rollerblade!"; "The muscular actor loves to Rollerblade"
athletics, sport - an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
skate - move along on skates; "The Dutch often skate along the canals in winter"
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Thunder Park, a new urban sports centre offering unique sporting experiences including BMX, skate, scoot, rollerblade and urban dance, is now open at Eddie Irvine Sports Bangor.
For example, when two hockey-playing Minnesota brothers developed and rolled out the first commercially available in-line roller skates in 190 under the trademark ROLLERBLADE, the concept brought about a whole new category of goods with just one occupant (them).
Shirley was an active member of the Townley Women's Club of Deerfield, enjoyed swimming, reading, and attending plays, and in the past she loved to dance, bicycle, rollerblade, and kayak.
In the part of town where the Upper East Side becomes Harlem, a group of young actors run, skip, and even rollerblade through a warehouse-like theater while live video of their performance streams on a far wall.
In Gallery 4, objects have been modified to be rideable by skateboard, rollerblade or scooter.
During the pre- release build- up, Gupte has abundantly flaunted the fact that Haw Hawi is Bollywood's first film banking on the sport of rollerblade skating.
A line of Rollerblade inline skates is being recalled because the boot can separate from the skate frame during use.
"We are open to everyone - groups, individuals, adults, children and students There is no minimum participation fee and it is not a competition, you can walk, run, bicycle or rollerblade."
Nowadays, I love to skateboard, rollerblade, play hockey, work out and do yoga," she said.
Participants and organisations can run, cycle, skateboard, rollerblade, swim or use any non-motorised means to complete one leg of the relay in aid of Always A Chance, which tackles the social causes of violent crime.
Pupil Puna Harriet Hanson-Singh, 16, said: "The money raised from this sponsored row/cycle/run/swim (and even rollerblade!) will go towards the cost of building materials and equipment and to enable the students to improve the conditions in which children live and learn."