surfboarder


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surf·board

 (sûrf′bôrd′)
n.
A long, narrow, somewhat rounded board, usually having one or two fins, used for surfing.
intr.v. surf·boards, surf·board·ing, surf·board·ed
To engage in the sport of surfing.

surf′board′er n.
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surfboarder

(ˈsɜːfˌbɔːdə)
n
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) another word for surfer
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.surfboarder - someone who engages in surfboardingsurfboarder - someone who engages in surfboarding
bather, natator, swimmer - a person who travels through the water by swimming; "he is not a good swimmer"
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Translations

surfboarder

[ˈsɜːfˌbɔːdəʳ] Nsurfista mf, tablista mf de surf
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Mr Hurst, who lost his sight completely 22 years ago as a result of an hereditary condition, used his skill and courage against an incoming tide and the roar of the sea to pull the surfboarder to safety.
Imagine the following scenario: a surfboarder, having lifted a few too many at a beach party, makes some intemperate remarks about a friend.
And they are no longer those big eyed, wet things lying dead on a slab - nor those killer great white sharks looking for the next surfboarder to have for breakfast.
I AM not often humble, but I am in awe of a 13-year-old surfboarder who lives in Hawaii.
In several passages the capital-A Artist looks up from squalid downtown streets (humdrum reality) to regard a sky transformed a la Rimbaud (or a la hallucinogens) into an image of a surfboarder catching some serious waves.
He looks like a Stone Age surfboarder. We cheer and rate him with style points.
"Interesting and original '4Sighters' - individual members taking the opportunity to share an insight into an area of their business or personal life - have helped to make this group the networking meeting not to miss, including mind-readers, magic men and surfboarders!" Alec Tinker, of Penistone Osteopathy, joined the group in July.
BATTLING the crashing waves, this lifeboat crew tirelessly try to reach two stranded surfboarders.