In-line skates

[in-lahyn] /ˈɪnˌlaɪn/

a roller skate with typically four hard-rubber wheels in a straight line resembling the blade of an ice skate.
another name for Rollerblade
plural noun

a roller skate where the wheels are fixed in a single line; also written inline skates


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