teleferic

noun tel·e·fer·ic \ˌteləˈferik\
variants: less commonly

teleferique

\¦teləfə¦rēk\

Definition of teleferic

plural

-s

  1. :  telpher

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Origin and Etymology of teleferic

teleferic from Italian teleferica, from feminine of teleferico of telpherage, from French téléphérique, from téléphérage telpherage (alteration of telphérage, from English telpherage) + -ique -ic; teleferique from French téléférique, from Italian teleferica


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