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aq·ua·plane

 (ăk′wə-plān′, ä′kwə-)
n.
A board pulled over the water by a motorboat and ridden by a person standing up.
intr.v. aq·ua·planed, aq·ua·plan·ing, aq·ua·planes
To ride on such a board.

aquaplane

(ˈækwəˌpleɪn)
n
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) a single board on which a person stands and is towed by a motorboat at high speed, as in water skiing
vb (intr)
1. (Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) to ride on an aquaplane
2. (Automotive Engineering) (of a motor vehicle travelling at high speeds in wet road conditions) to rise up onto a thin film of water between the tyres and road surface so that actual contact with the road is lost

aq•ua•plane

(ˈæk wəˌpleɪn, ˈɑ kwə-)

n., v. -planed, -plan•ing. n.
1. a board that skims over water when towed at high speed by a motorboat, used to carry a rider in aquatic sports.
v.i.
2. to ride an aquaplane.
[1910–15; aqua- + (air) plane]

aquaplane


Past participle: aquaplaned
Gerund: aquaplaning

Imperative
aquaplane
aquaplane
Present
I aquaplane
you aquaplane
he/she/it aquaplanes
we aquaplane
you aquaplane
they aquaplane
Preterite
I aquaplaned
you aquaplaned
he/she/it aquaplaned
we aquaplaned
you aquaplaned
they aquaplaned
Present Continuous
I am aquaplaning
you are aquaplaning
he/she/it is aquaplaning
we are aquaplaning
you are aquaplaning
they are aquaplaning
Present Perfect
I have aquaplaned
you have aquaplaned
he/she/it has aquaplaned
we have aquaplaned
you have aquaplaned
they have aquaplaned
Past Continuous
I was aquaplaning
you were aquaplaning
he/she/it was aquaplaning
we were aquaplaning
you were aquaplaning
they were aquaplaning
Past Perfect
I had aquaplaned
you had aquaplaned
he/she/it had aquaplaned
we had aquaplaned
you had aquaplaned
they had aquaplaned
Future
I will aquaplane
you will aquaplane
he/she/it will aquaplane
we will aquaplane
you will aquaplane
they will aquaplane
Future Perfect
I will have aquaplaned
you will have aquaplaned
he/she/it will have aquaplaned
we will have aquaplaned
you will have aquaplaned
they will have aquaplaned
Future Continuous
I will be aquaplaning
you will be aquaplaning
he/she/it will be aquaplaning
we will be aquaplaning
you will be aquaplaning
they will be aquaplaning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been aquaplaning
you have been aquaplaning
he/she/it has been aquaplaning
we have been aquaplaning
you have been aquaplaning
they have been aquaplaning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been aquaplaning
you will have been aquaplaning
he/she/it will have been aquaplaning
we will have been aquaplaning
you will have been aquaplaning
they will have been aquaplaning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been aquaplaning
you had been aquaplaning
he/she/it had been aquaplaning
we had been aquaplaning
you had been aquaplaning
they had been aquaplaning
Conditional
I would aquaplane
you would aquaplane
he/she/it would aquaplane
we would aquaplane
you would aquaplane
they would aquaplane
Past Conditional
I would have aquaplaned
you would have aquaplaned
he/she/it would have aquaplaned
we would have aquaplaned
you would have aquaplaned
they would have aquaplaned
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.aquaplane - a board that is pulled by a speedboat as a person stands on it and skims over the top of the wateraquaplane - a board that is pulled by a speedboat as a person stands on it and skims over the top of the water
board - a flat piece of material designed for a special purpose; "he nailed boards across the windows"
Verb1.aquaplane - rise up onto a thin film of water between the tires and road so that there is no more contact with the road; "the car aquaplaned"
skim, plane - travel on the surface of water
2.aquaplane - ride on an aquaplaneaquaplane - ride on an aquaplane      
skim, plane - travel on the surface of water
Translations
akvaplánozik

aquaplane

[ˈækwəpleɪn]
A. Ntabla f de esquí acuático
B. VI (Brit) (Aut) → patinar

aquaplane

nMonoski m
vi
(Sport) → Wasserski laufen
(car etc)(auf nasser Straße) ins Rutschen geraten

aquaplane

[ˈækwəˌpleɪn]
1. nacquaplano
2. vi
a. (Sport) → praticare l'acquaplano
b. (Aut) → andare in aquaplaning
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