windsurf

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wind·surf

 (wĭnd′sûrf′)
intr.v. wind·surfed, wind·surf·ing, wind·surfs
To engage in windsurfing.

windsurf

(ˈwɪndˌsɜːf)
vb
(Sailing) (intr) to take part in the sport of windsurfing
ˈwindˌsurfer n

windsurf


Past participle: windsurfed
Gerund: windsurfing

Imperative
windsurf
windsurf
Present
I windsurf
you windsurf
he/she/it windsurfs
we windsurf
you windsurf
they windsurf
Preterite
I windsurfed
you windsurfed
he/she/it windsurfed
we windsurfed
you windsurfed
they windsurfed
Present Continuous
I am windsurfing
you are windsurfing
he/she/it is windsurfing
we are windsurfing
you are windsurfing
they are windsurfing
Present Perfect
I have windsurfed
you have windsurfed
he/she/it has windsurfed
we have windsurfed
you have windsurfed
they have windsurfed
Past Continuous
I was windsurfing
you were windsurfing
he/she/it was windsurfing
we were windsurfing
you were windsurfing
they were windsurfing
Past Perfect
I had windsurfed
you had windsurfed
he/she/it had windsurfed
we had windsurfed
you had windsurfed
they had windsurfed
Future
I will windsurf
you will windsurf
he/she/it will windsurf
we will windsurf
you will windsurf
they will windsurf
Future Perfect
I will have windsurfed
you will have windsurfed
he/she/it will have windsurfed
we will have windsurfed
you will have windsurfed
they will have windsurfed
Future Continuous
I will be windsurfing
you will be windsurfing
he/she/it will be windsurfing
we will be windsurfing
you will be windsurfing
they will be windsurfing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been windsurfing
you have been windsurfing
he/she/it has been windsurfing
we have been windsurfing
you have been windsurfing
they have been windsurfing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been windsurfing
you will have been windsurfing
he/she/it will have been windsurfing
we will have been windsurfing
you will have been windsurfing
they will have been windsurfing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been windsurfing
you had been windsurfing
he/she/it had been windsurfing
we had been windsurfing
you had been windsurfing
they had been windsurfing
Conditional
I would windsurf
you would windsurf
he/she/it would windsurf
we would windsurf
you would windsurf
they would windsurf
Past Conditional
I would have windsurfed
you would have windsurfed
he/she/it would have windsurfed
we would have windsurfed
you would have windsurfed
they would have windsurfed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.windsurf - ride standing on a surfboard with an attached sail, on waterwindsurf - ride standing on a surfboard with an attached sail, on water; "You cannot windsurf when the air is completely still"
athletics, sport - an active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition
surf, surfboard - ride the waves of the sea with a surfboard; "Californians love to surf"
Translations
التَّزَلُّج على الماء بواسِطَة الرّيح
brætsejlewindsurfe
purjelautailla
rüzgar sörfürüzgâr sörfü

windsurf

[ˈwɪndsɜːf] VIhacer windsurf

wind1

(wind) noun
1. (an) outdoor current of air. The wind is strong today; There wasn't much wind yesterday; Cold winds blow across the desert.
2. breath. Climbing these stairs takes all the wind out of me.
3. air or gas in the stomach or intestines. His stomach pains were due to wind.
verb
to cause to be out of breath. The heavy blow winded him.
adjective
(of a musical instrument) operated or played using air pressure, especially a person's breath.
ˈwindy adjective
a windy hill-top; a windy day; It's windy today.
ˈwindiness noun
ˈwindfall noun
1. an apple etc blown from a tree.
2. any unexpected gain or success.
ˈwindmill noun
a machine with sails that work by wind power, for grinding corn or pumping water.
ˈwindpipe noun
the passage for air between mouth and lungs.
windsurf, windsurfer, windsurfingwindˈwindscreen noun
(American ˈwindshield).
1. a transparent (usually glass) screen above the dashboard of a car.
2. a wall usually constructed out from the house wall to protect people on a patio or balcony from the wind.
ˈwindsock noun
a device for indicating the direction and speed of wind on an airfield.
windsurf (ˈwindsəːf) verb
to move across water while standing on a windsurfer.
ˈwindsurfer noun
1. (also sailboard) a board with a sail for moving across water with the aid of the wind.
2. the person controlling this board.
ˈwindsurfing noun
ˈwindswept adjective
exposed to the wind and showing the effects of it. windswept hair; a windswept landscape.
get the wind up
to become nervous or anxious. She got the wind up when she realized how close we were to the edge.
get wind of
to get a hint of or hear indirectly about.
get one's second wind
to recover one's natural breathing after breathlessness.
in the wind
about to happen. A change of policy is in the wind.
like the wind
very quickly. The horse galloped away like the wind.