sled down (something)

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sled down (something)

To travel on a sled from the top of something down to the bottom of it. We always go sledding down the hill behind our school whenever we get a snow day. With his leg broken, he managed to sled down the mountain by rigging his skis and jacket into a makeshift toboggan.
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sled down something

to ride down something on a sled. I love to sled down the hill in the winter. This hill is too steep to sled down safely.
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Both of my sons had sledded down the hill that day over and over without incident.
Near the closed lifts, adults smoked nargileh with music blasting from their cars as children sledded down nearby bunny hills.
potatoes and sledded down the big hill with my cousins, celebrated
The boys who sledded down Jefferson Avenue yesterday are two of the 500 to 1,000 youngsters who attend luge clinics every summer, according to Pete Motta, who led yesterday's session and is coach of the Junior National Team.
And we all sledded down our street, a steep hill, after making a big protective fort of snow at the bottom to prevent us from sliding onto the busy cross street.
German luger Silke Kraushaar nipped teammate Barbara Nidernhuber by .002 seconds, after both sledded down the course four times in the 1998 Olympic Games.