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  • n. Plural form of bobsled.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bobsled.

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Examples

  • When he mentioned that, I thought to myself, hmm, maybe they will name bobsleds after each of the governors who are in attendance and we'll stand up and cheer them on.

    CNN Transcript Feb 17, 2008

  • The way the ice is shaped — piled thick, though Canadian women's pilot Helen Upperton says it was even thicker before she and other racers from the host nation suggested changes a year ago — it makes it difficult for bobsleds to get through if they're not on the absolutely perfect line.

    Olympic sliding track to get minor makeover

  • A total of 107 bobsleds took off from the top of the track Sunday alone.

    Olympic sliding track to get minor makeover

  • After four-man bobsleds from Croatia and Latvia crashed during supplemental training on Monday, International Federation of Bobsleigh and Skeleton officials postponed the remainder of the practice session.

    Olympic sliding track to get minor makeover

  • She drives manual transmission trucks that haul bobsleds in Europe.

    Piloting just one of bobsledder Schaaf's skills

  • In a comment on Twitter, Russia's Communist Party asked why Mr. Putin had time to ride bobsleds but no time to debate his opponents in the five-man presidential race.

    Putin Rides the Easy Slope Down

  • Children can ride virtual bobsleds and make virtual ski runs.

    National houses are party capitals at Vancouver Olympics

  • That left no time for body work, including the glossy paint that adorns most World Cup bobsleds.

    Can Steven Holcomb and 'Night Train' reach victory lane?

  • While a transplant surgery would have fixed the Keratoconus, the fragile new corneas would not be able to withstand the intense jarring and often violent nature of the bobsled sport (remember seeing all those bobsleds flip and crash during Olympics?).

    Vision to Win Gold

  • While a transplant surgery would have fixed the Keratoconus, the fragile new corneas would not be able to withstand the intense jarring and often violent nature of the bobsled sport remember seeing all those bobsleds flip and crash during Olympics?

    Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler: Vision to Win Gold

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