- a long sled made of two short sleds joined together, or either of the short sleds
- a long sled for two or four riders, equipped with steerable runners in the front, fixed runners in the back, a brake, and a protective shell, used in timed races down long, steep, winding, icy courses
- a contest in which teams on bobsleds compete
intransitive verb bobsledded, bobsledding
to ride or race on a bobsled
See bobsled in American Heritage Dictionary 4
intransitive verb bob·sled·ded
- A long racing sled with a steering mechanism controlling the front runners.
a. A long sled made of two shorter sleds joined in tandem.
b. Either of these two smaller sleds.
To ride or race in or as if in a bobsled.
Origin: + sled
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