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surf

 (sûrf)
n.
The waves of the sea as they break upon a shore or reef.
v. surfed, surf·ing, surfs
v.intr.
1. To engage in surfing.
2. Informal To look at a variety of things casually, especially while browsing the internet or television channels.
v.tr.
1.
a. To ride on or along (a wave) on a surfboard.
b. To engage in surfing at: had never surfed Malibu Beach.
2. Informal To browse (the internet or television channels, for example).

[Origin unknown.]

surf′er n.
surf′y adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.surfer - someone who engages in surfboardingsurfer - someone who engages in surfboarding
bather, natator, swimmer - a person who travels through the water by swimming; "he is not a good swimmer"
Translations
رَاكِبُ الأَمْوَاجُمُتَزَلِّج، مُتَجَوِّل في الإنترنِت
surfař
surfer
surffaaja
surfer
サーファー
서핑하는 사람
surfista
deskar
surfare
ผู้เล่นกระดานโต้คลื่น
người lướt sóng

surfer

[ˈsɜːfəʳ] Nsurfista mf, tablista mf de surf

surfer

[ˈsɜːrr] n
(SPORT)surfeur/euse m/f
(on the Net)surfeur/euse m/f

surfer

nSurfer(in) m(f), → Wellenreiter(in) m(f); (on Internet) → (Net-)Surfer(in) m(f)

surfer

[ˈsɜːfəʳ] nsurfista m/f

surf

(səːf) noun
the foam made as waves break on rocks or on the shore. The children were playing in the white surf.
verb
1. to ride on a surfboard as a sport.
2. to look for interesting sites on the Internet.
surfer noun
ˈsurfing noun
(also ˈsurf-riding).
1. the sport of riding on a surfboard.
2. looking for interesting sites on the Internet.
ˈsurfboard noun
a board on which a bather rides towards shore on the surf.

surfer

رَاكِبُ الأَمْوَاجُ surfař surfer Surfer σέρφερ surfista surffaaja surfer surfer surfista サーファー 서핑하는 사람 surfer surfer surfingowiec surfista серфингист surfare ผู้เล่นกระดานโต้คลื่น sörfçü người lướt sóng 冲浪者
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