noun \ˈsled\

: a small vehicle that has a flat bottom or long, narrow strips of metal or wood on the bottom and that is used for moving over snow or ice

Full Definition of SLED

:  a vehicle usually on runners for transportation especially on snow or ice; especially :  a small steerable one used especially by children for coasting down snow-covered hills

Origin of SLED

Middle English sledde, from Middle Dutch; akin to Old English slīdan to slide
First Known Use: 14th century



: to ride on a sled especially down a hill


Full Definition of SLED

transitive verb
:  sledge
intransitive verb
:  to ride on a sled or sleigh
sled·der noun

First Known Use of SLED



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