hang-gliding


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hang-glide

(hăng′glīd′)
intr.v. hang-glid·ed, hang-glid·ing, hang-glides
To fly by means of a hang glider.
Translations

hang-gliding

[ˈhæŋˌglaɪdɪŋ] Nvuelo m con ala delta

hang-gliding

[ˈhæŋˌglaɪdɪŋ] n(volo col) deltaplano

hang-gliding

رِيَاضَةُ الطَّائِرَةُ الشِّراعِيَّةُ الصُغرَى závěsné létání drageflyvning Drachenfliegen αιωρόπτερο vuelo con ala delta riippuliito deltaplane zmajarenje deltaplano ハンググライディング 행글라이딩 deltavliegen hanggliding lotniarstwo asa-delta дельтапланеризм glidflygning เครื่องร่อน yelken kanat sporu môn dù lượn 滑翔机
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