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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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"T-bars are a popular choice for toddler girls, whereas older girls prefer a loafer.
Lifts: 11 including Scotland's only funicular railway, 6 Pomas, 4 T-bars.
The slopes are on three sides of the mountain, all linked by the system of chairlifts, button lifts and T-bars.
Although other spindle types have traditionally been used for viscosity measurement--discs, cylinders and T-bars in particular--vane spindles are becoming a popular choice in many food laboratories.
The old t-bars have been replaced with 10 individual keg fonts.
Currently, there are Dilmah t-Lounges, t-Houses and t-Bars in operation in several global destinations, including in Poland, Belarus, Australia, New Zealand, and Sri Lanka, all offering cocktails, mocktails, hot teas as well as tea-inspired snacks, cakes and desserts.
Currently, there are Dilmah t-Lounges, t-Houses and t-Bars in operation in several global destinations, including in Poland, Belarus, Australia, New Zealand, and Sri Lanka, all offering a quiet and relaxing environment with a variety of cocktails, mocktails, hot teas as well as tea-inspired gourmet snacks, cakes and desserts.
Rope tows were being replaced by poma lifts, pomas by T-bars, T-bars by single chairs, singles by doubles, then triples, then quadruples, then gondolas.
"Dilmah returned to the concept of T-bars, opening one in Warsaw," reported Euromonitor.
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