roller-skating


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roller-skating

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roller skating

n
(Individual Sports, other than specified) the act of moving on roller skates
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roller-skating

[ˈrəʊləˌskeɪtɪŋ] Npatinaje m sobre ruedas
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More than a sport, roller-skating is a hobby for these children in Sharjah.
So maybe dad, flipping through the November 1942 issue of Popular Science, hardly noticed the artist's conception of armed GIs with combat helmets and rifles roller-skating down a road.
Washington, Oct 5 (ANI): Drew Barrymore created a record of hitting strangers with cream pies while roller-skating on pal Jimmy Fallon's Late Night Show on Friday.
Interestingly roller-skating has been around for several centuries, experiencing numerous highs and lows.