slackline

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From slack +‎ line. The verb is a back-formation from slacklining.

Noun[edit]

slackline ‎(plural slacklines)

  1. (forestry, mining, sports) A length of cable, rope, or webbing that hangs loosely from its points of suspension.

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Verb[edit]

slackline ‎(third-person singular simple present slacklines, present participle slacklining, simple past and past participle slacklined)

  1. (sports) To engage in the sport of slacklining.

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French[edit]

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Slacklining symbol

Etymology[edit]

From English slackline

Noun[edit]

slackline f ‎(plural slacklines)

  1. slackline
  2. slacklining