Definition of T-bar lift

1. Noun. A surface lift where riders hold a bar and are pulled up the hill on their skis.

Exact synonyms: Alpine Lift, T-bar
Generic synonyms: Surface Lift



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Lexicographical Neighbors of T-bar Lift

Sèkèrè
Ségou
Sûreté
Sûreté du Québec
T
T&A
T&G
T'ien-ching
T's
T-Day
T-ball
T-bandage
T-bar
T-bar lift (current term)
T-bill
T-bone
T-bone steak
T-bone steaks
T-boned
T-bones
T-boning
T-carrier
T-cell
T-cell antigen receptors
T-cell growth factor
T-cell growth factor-1
T-cell growth factor-2
T-cell leukaemia virus

Literary usage of T-bar lift

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1. Canada's Atlantic Provinces: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland by Barbara Radcliffe Rogers, Stillman Rogers (2005)
"Five downhill trails at the Runway, serviced by a T-bar lift, have a good vertical drop for their length, which is not very long, but the half-pipe for ..."

2. Cyprus by Waldemar Weiss (2001)
"... situated at a junction to Kakopetria, open May through October. 13 SKIING: T-bar lift in service at the ..."

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