noun, tel·e·mark often capitalized \ˈte-lə-ˌmärk\

Definition of TELEMARK

:  a turn in skiing in which the outside ski is advanced considerably ahead of the other ski and then turned inward at a steadily widening angle until the turn is completed

Origin of TELEMARK

Norwegian, from Telemark, region in Norway
First Known Use: 1904


geographical name Tel·e·mark \ˈte-lə-ˌmärk\

Definition of TELEMARK

mountain region SW Norway


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