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or kite surfing  (kīt′sûr′fĭng)
1. A form of kiteboarding in which a person is pulled by a power kite across water while riding a kiteboard or wakeboard.
2. A similar sport, such as kite landboarding or snowkiting.

kite′surf′ v.
kite′surf′er n.
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(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) the sport of sailing standing up on a surfboard while being pulled along by a large kite
ˈkiteˌsurfer n
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