- vt.& vi.溜冰，滑冰;
- 复数: skates;
- 第三人称单数: skates;
- 过去式: skated;
- 过去分词: skated;
- 现在分词: skating;
Scientists have tended to skate over the difficulties of explaining dreams.
He taught her how to skate.
They were picked to skate against the visiting team.
It took him only three days to learn to skate.
SMP Skate Park has adopted group tickets for extreme sports groups with particular scale.
You will be able to skate after you have practiced it two or three times.
These skate boots will also accomodate an ice blade for ice skating.
None of the girls like to a date with Roger because he a cheap skate.
I don't know how to skate.
There is a crack in the ice, don't skate around here.
Motion equips: Large? if you are a novice, must not wear skirt, ice skate.
运动装备: 运动装(假如你是新手, 千万不要穿裙子), 溜冰鞋.
This year the friend sends Great Bear a pair of ice skate.
I love to swim, but sometimes I prefer to skate.
You can customize your skates, as you like to skate.
I will go to the Olympic Skate Palace for skating.
Oh, do skate, Mr Winkle, said Arabella.
“噢, 来滑吧, 温克尔先生, ”阿拉贝拉说道.
And I will show you how to skate.
Let me the skates. You don't know how to skate. Don't a dog in the manger.
把冰鞋给我吧, 你不会滑冰, 不要占着茅坑不拉屎.
For example, I still don't know how to ice skate or ski.
After the lake froze, we could skate on it.
Please let me skate here a little bit.
I can ride a bike. What can you do? I can skate.
我会骑一辆自行车. 你会干什么? 我会滑冰.
He has to skate; he takes all the responsibility.
In some fashionable restaurants, the waiters roller skate around.
Produce category to be like ice skate originally, when using, cover directly outside shoe can.
Don't skateboard or roller skate on the road.
I think many Canadian people can skate.
I would remember that a good skater never tried to skate in two directions at once.
on average, only 12 to 14 hours a week studying and many were skating through their semesters without doing a significant amount of reading and writing.
1. sports equipment that is worn on the feet to enable the wearer to glide along on wheels and to be propelled by the alternate actions of the legs
2. large edible rays having a long snout and thick tail with pectoral fins continuous with the head; swim by undulating the edges of the pectoral fins
1. move along on skates;
"The Dutch often skate along the canals in winter"
get one's skates on
(Brit. informal)make haste; hurry up