from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A trademark used for an in-line skate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- a type of roller skate having more than two wheels, aligned in a single row rather than in two rows.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (trademark) an in-line skate
- v. travel on shoes with a single line of rubber wheels attached to their soles
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Of course, "Rollerblade" is actually a brand, and what many of us call "Rollerblading" is actually inline skating.
It hit me, and I said, 'I wonder what it would be like to Rollerblade from coast to coast.
They rise with the sun and Rollerblade through the afternoon.
It required that I Rollerblade, which I could, but the producers wanted me to come down to North Hollywood which is not even near the real Hollywood and bring my blades to show off my moves.
After they watched me Rollerblade up and down Lankershim Boulevard for ten minutes, they broke the amazing news that I had the part.
By the way, does anyone but me even Rollerblade anymore?
And better still, the in-dash screen can also let parents know if a wayward Rollerblade or some other piece of gear has been left behind, thanks to a radio frequency identification tag (RFID) inventory control system, like that used in the Ford Works System.
By the way, I saw a Rollerblade commuter this very morning, though at first I thought he was just scuba diving to Popeye's:
Now, I've never seen the movie, so I don't know if there are actually Rollerblade stunts in it.
And better still, the in-dash screen can also let parents know if a wayward Rollerblade or some other piece of gear has been left behind, thanks to a radio frequency identification tag RFID inventory control system, like that used in the Ford Works System.
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