Examples of cable car in a Sentence
The skiers took a cable car to the top of the mountain.
Tourists packed the cable cars on the hilly streets of San Francisco.
Recent Examples of cable car from the Web
From the Italian town of Courmayeur, a rotating cable car whisks its way up to the glaciers surrounding western Europe’s highest peak—Mont Blanc—in just 10 minutes.
And the $65 million cable car that was supposed to benefit Brazilians after the Olympics was shuttered after the state stopped funding it.
The majestic Nordkette mountains surround the city and can be reached in 20 minutes by cable car.
The coalition, whose board includes developer Gordon Priemer and LeanDog CEO and President Jon Stahl, who proposed a waterfront cable car system, want to stimulate civic dialogue about the future of the lakefront.
Then ride the cable cars for another spectacular view of the area.
In rich Western countries, cable cars are mainly for tourists.
Skiing The whole Windsor family enjoys skiing—Prince Charles so much so that two cable cars at Klosters, a glamorous winter resort in Switzerland, are named after him.
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First Known Use of cable car
CABLE CAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cable car for English Language Learners
: a vehicle that hangs in the air from a cable that pulls it up and down mountains
: a vehicle that is pulled along tracks by a cable
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