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across (the skis/feet)

Polish translation: przenieść ciężar ciała (na narty/stopy)

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05:22 Oct 26, 2007
English to Polish translations [PRO]
Sports / Fitness / Recreation / Narciarstwo
English term or phrase: across (the skis/feet)
Once you have allowed your body to carry it **across the skis** and into the new turn, its motion can only be slowed at the beginning of a turn by a planted pole.

Initiating a very short turn on a steep slope, an accomplished skier will quickly get his upper body **across his feet** and into the new turn and suspend it there with his pole he pivots his unweighted skis through the fall line.


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Amela
Polish translation:przenieść ciężar ciała (na narty/stopy)
Explanation:
na to by wychodziło
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4 +1przenieść ciężar ciała (na narty/stopy)
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przenieść ciężar ciała (na narty/stopy)


Explanation:
na to by wychodziło

Adam Lankamer
Luxembourg
Local time: 23:04
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