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water-ski

[waw-ter-skee, wot-er-] /ˈwɔ tərˌski, ˈwɒt ər-/
verb (used without object), water-skied, water-skiing.
1.
to plane over water on water skis or a water ski by grasping a towing rope pulled by a speedboat.
Related forms
water-skier, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for waterski

water-ski

noun
1.
a type of ski used for planing or gliding over water
verb -skis, -skiing, -skied, -ski'd
2.
(intransitive) to ride over water on a water-ski or water-skis while holding a rope towed by a speedboat
Derived Forms
water-skier, noun
water-skiing, noun
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Word Origin and History for waterski

water-ski

n.

1931, from water (n.1) + ski (n.). As a verb from 1953.

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