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surf·ing

 (sûr′fĭng)
n.
1. The sport of riding toward the shore on the forward slope of a wave, especially while standing or lying on a surfboard. Also called surfboarding.
2. Informal The activity of casually looking at something that offers numerous options, such as the internet or television.

surfing

(ˈsɜːfɪŋ)
n
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) the sport of riding towards shore on the crest of a wave by standing or lying on a surfboard. Also called: surfboarding
ˈsurfer, ˈsurfˌrider n

surf•ing

(ˈsɜr fɪŋ)

n.
the act or sport of riding the crest of a breaking wave toward the shore, esp. on a surfboard.
[1915–20]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.surfing - the sport of riding a surfboard toward the shore on the crest of a wavesurfing - the sport of riding a surfboard toward the shore on the crest of a wave
aquatics, water sport - sports that involve bodies of water
Translations
التَّجَوُّل في الإنترنِتالتَّزَلُّج على المَوجرُكُوبُ الأَمْوَاج
surfovánísurfink
surfing
surffaus
surfanje
szörfözés
brimbrettabrun
サーフィン
서핑
surfovanie
deskanje
surfning
การเล่นกระดานโต้คลื่น
gezinmesörf sporusörf yapma
môn lướt sóng

surfing

[ˈsɜːfɪŋ] surfriding [ˈsɜːfˌraɪdɪŋ] Nsurf m

surfing

[ˈsɜːrfɪŋ] n
(SPORT)surf m
to go surfing → faire du surf
(also Web surfing, Internet surfing) → surf m sur internet

surfing

nSurfen nt, → Surfing nt, → Wellenreiten nt; a good surfing beachein guter Strand zum Surfen or Wellenreiten

surfing

[ˈsɜːfɪŋ] surfriding [ˈsɜːfˌraɪdɪŋ] nsurfing m inv, surf m inv
to go surfing → fare surf

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.

surfing

رُكُوبُ الأَمْوَاج surfování surfing Surfen σέρφινγκ surfing surffaus surf surfanje surf サーフィン 서핑 surfen surfing surfowanie surf, surfe серфинг surfning การเล่นกระดานโต้คลื่น sörf yapma môn lướt sóng 冲浪运动
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