Jet-ski



Trademark.
1.
a brand of personal watercraft.
noun
1.
trademark a small self-propelled vehicle for one person resembling a scooter, which skims across water on a flat keel, and is steered by means of handlebars
verb (intransitive; usually not capital) -skis, -skiing, -skied, -ski’d
2.
to ride a Jet Ski

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