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T-bar

(tē′bär′)
n.
A ski lift consisting of a bar suspended like an inverted T against which skiers lean while being towed uphill.
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T-bar

n
1. (Tools) a T-shaped wrench for use with a socket
2. (General Engineering) a metal bar having a T-shaped cross section
3. (Skiing) a T-shaped bar on a ski tow which skiers hold on to while being pulled up slopes
4. (Clothing & Fashion) (modifier) another term for T-strap
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T-bar

(ˈtiˌbɑr)

n.
1. a rolled metal bar or beam with a cross section resembling a T.
2. Also called T-bar lift. a ski lift having an upside-down T-shaped bar against which two skiers may lean while being pulled uphill.
[1885–90]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.T-bar - a surface lift where riders hold a bar and are pulled up the hill on their skisT-bar - a surface lift where riders hold a bar and are pulled up the hill on their skis
surface lift - a ski tow that pulls skiers up a slope without lifting them off the ground
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Translations

T-bar

[ˈtiːbɑːʳ] Nhierro m en T (also T-bar lift) (Ski) → telesquí m
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T-bar

nBügel m; (= lift)Schlepplift m; (Tech) → T-Träger m
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What I didn't like so much were the numerous T-bar lifts, and that the only piste back to town from the main Parsenn area is a very icy black run.
With 12 lifts, Damuls itself is not huge, but there are plenty of long runs down from the top of the mountain and its nine chair lifts and three T-bar lifts lead to some surprisingly varied slopes.
An impressive 235km of pistes are served by 40 gondola, chair, button and T-bar lifts capable of carrying 78,300 people per hour.