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snowshoe

snow·shoe

 (snō′sho͞o′)
n.
An oblong frame, usually strung with interlaced strips or a taut membrane, worn on the foot to enable walking on deep snow.
intr.v. snow·shoed, snow·shoe·ing, snow·shoes
To travel on snowshoes.

snow′sho′er n.

snowshoe

(ˈsnəʊˌʃuː)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a device to facilitate walking on snow, esp a racket-shaped frame with a network of thongs stretched across it
vb, -shoes, -shoeing or -shoed
(intr) to walk or go using snowshoes
ˈsnowˌshoer n

snow•shoe

(ˈsnoʊˌʃu)

n., v. -shoed, -shoe•ing. n.
1. a racket-shaped contrivance for the foot for walking on deep snow without sinking.
v.i.
2. to walk or travel on snowshoes.
[1655–65, Amer.]

snowshoe


Past participle: snowshoed
Gerund: snowshoeing

Imperative
snowshoe
snowshoe
Present
I snowshoe
you snowshoe
he/she/it snowshoes
we snowshoe
you snowshoe
they snowshoe
Preterite
I snowshoed
you snowshoed
he/she/it snowshoed
we snowshoed
you snowshoed
they snowshoed
Present Continuous
I am snowshoeing
you are snowshoeing
he/she/it is snowshoeing
we are snowshoeing
you are snowshoeing
they are snowshoeing
Present Perfect
I have snowshoed
you have snowshoed
he/she/it has snowshoed
we have snowshoed
you have snowshoed
they have snowshoed
Past Continuous
I was snowshoeing
you were snowshoeing
he/she/it was snowshoeing
we were snowshoeing
you were snowshoeing
they were snowshoeing
Past Perfect
I had snowshoed
you had snowshoed
he/she/it had snowshoed
we had snowshoed
you had snowshoed
they had snowshoed
Future
I will snowshoe
you will snowshoe
he/she/it will snowshoe
we will snowshoe
you will snowshoe
they will snowshoe
Future Perfect
I will have snowshoed
you will have snowshoed
he/she/it will have snowshoed
we will have snowshoed
you will have snowshoed
they will have snowshoed
Future Continuous
I will be snowshoeing
you will be snowshoeing
he/she/it will be snowshoeing
we will be snowshoeing
you will be snowshoeing
they will be snowshoeing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been snowshoeing
you have been snowshoeing
he/she/it has been snowshoeing
we have been snowshoeing
you have been snowshoeing
they have been snowshoeing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been snowshoeing
you will have been snowshoeing
he/she/it will have been snowshoeing
we will have been snowshoeing
you will have been snowshoeing
they will have been snowshoeing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been snowshoeing
you had been snowshoeing
he/she/it had been snowshoeing
we had been snowshoeing
you had been snowshoeing
they had been snowshoeing
Conditional
I would snowshoe
you would snowshoe
he/she/it would snowshoe
we would snowshoe
you would snowshoe
they would snowshoe
Past Conditional
I would have snowshoed
you would have snowshoed
he/she/it would have snowshoed
we would have snowshoed
you would have snowshoed
they would have snowshoed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.snowshoe - a device to help you walk on deep snowsnowshoe - a device to help you walk on deep snow; a lightweight frame shaped like a racquet is strengthened with cross pieces and contains a network of thongs; one is worn on each foot
device - an instrumentality invented for a particular purpose; "the device is small enough to wear on your wrist"; "a device intended to conserve water"
Verb1.snowshoe - travel on snowshoes; "After a heavy snowfall, we have to snowshoe to the grocery store"
go, locomote, move, travel - change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically; "How fast does your new car go?"; "We travelled from Rome to Naples by bus"; "The policemen went from door to door looking for the suspect"; "The soldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell"; "news travelled fast"
Translations
sněžnice
Schneeshuh
lumikenkä
snösko

snowshoe

[ˈsnəʊʃuː] Nraqueta f (de nieve)

snowshoe

[ˈsnəʊʃuː] nraquette f (pour la neige)

snowshoe

[ˈsnəʊˌʃuː] nracchetta da neve
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