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[bley-ding] /ˈbleɪ dɪŋ/
the act of skating on in-line skates.
Origin of blading
1985-90; < (Roller)blad(e) + -ing1
Related forms
blader, noun Unabridged
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Examples from the web for blading
  • Surely it should be possible to use the same technology for the steam system as in the gas turbine blading.
  • There is a paved path to accommodate walking, biking, roller blading and skate boarding.
  • The road that runs around the reservoir offers roller blading, biking and hiking.
  • It is required to apply water before and during weed abatement by discing or blading activities.
  • The site was prepared by back blading with a loader to remove existing vegetation.
  • More frequent dry blading only makes these conditions worse.
  • blading of loose-surfaced roads is an example oi such a routine maintenance activity.
  • Rough, high spots or over-asphalted areas shall be brought to grade by burning or blading.
British Dictionary definitions for blading


the act or an instance of skating with in-line skates
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