Chute (noun)

A steep incline or passage, typically a vertical or near-vertical one, down which objects can slide or be made to slide.


From french word "chute" which means fall, it is first recorded in the 17th century.


  1. The skier took the chute down the mountain.
  2. The chute was used to load the coal into the ship.
  3. The water flowed down the chute into the pool.
  4. The workers rode down the chute to the bottom of the mine.
  5. The kids slid down the chute at the playground.
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