A vehicle on runners, used for conveying loads over the snow or ice; -- in England called sledge.
A small, light vehicle with runners, used, mostly by young persons, for sliding on snow or ice.
A land luge racing vehicle. Also known as a streetluge, roadluge or just 'luge.
a vehicle mounted on runners and pulled by horses or dogs; for transportation over snow
a good alternative for many winter trips, allowing you to haul your gear behind you
a movable contraption that slides in the table saw's factory-machined miter gauge slots
a one to two person snow rider in which a person can sit or lay on
a small hauling platform underlain by long narrow skids called runners
a vehicle on runners used for transportation
a vehicle that has parallel runners instead of wheels, so that it can move easily over snow or ice
A slang expression used to describe a vehicle which is old, or is in poor or abused condition.
A benthic sampling device designed to slide along the sediment surface, digging into the bottom to a depth of at most a few centimeters.
A sled, sledge or sleigh is a vehicle with runners for sliding instead of wheels for rolling. It is used for transport on surfaces with low friction, usually snow or ice but any grassy surface is good when it is not too dry. In some cases round river-washed stones make a good surface for sledges.