drag lift

drag lift
drag lift noun
A ski lift that pulls people wearing skis up a slope
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Main Entry:drag

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ˈdrag lift 7 [drag lift] noun (BrE)
a machine which pulls you up the mountain on your ↑skis

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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