Associations to the word «Surf»
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SURF, noun. Waves that break on an ocean shoreline.
SURF, noun. (UK) (dialect) The bottom of a drain.
SURF, verb. To ride a wave, usually on a surfboard.
SURF, verb. To browse the Internet.
SURF AND TURF, noun. A meal that combines seafood and meat, typically shrimp and steak.
SURF BOAT, noun. A type of boat used in surf lifesaving to go from shore out through the breaking waves, and back again. Current designs are rowed by a crew of four, with a sweep at the back steering. Originally used for mass rescues, but now superceded by powered craft and used only for competition.
SURF BOATS, noun. Plural of surf boat
SURF CARNIVAL, noun. (Australia) A type of sports fair with competitions for surfers and lifesavers
SURF CITY, proper noun. A borough in New Jersey.
SURF CITY, proper noun. A town in North Carolina.
SURF CLAM, noun. Spisula solida, is a medium-sized marine clam found around the British and Irish coasts.
SURF CLAMS, noun. Plural of surf clam
SURF DUCK, noun. Surf scoter (Melanitta perspicillata).
SURF KAYAKING, noun. (sports) The sport of riding waves as a surfer, while seated in a kayak.
SURF LIFESAVING, noun. The activity of rescuing swimmers in distress at surf beaches.
SURF LIFESAVING, noun. The movement promoting and organising that activity.
SURF RIDER, noun. (obsolete) One who rides the surf usually on a surfboard; a surfer
SURF RIDERS, noun. Plural of surf rider
SURF RIDING, noun. (obsolete) surfing
SURF ROCK, noun. A style of rock music stylised by a fast tempo, and a meoldy played by a saxophone or electric guitar
SURF ROCKER, noun. A surf rock musician.
SURF ROCKER, noun. A surf rock fan.
SURF SCOTER, noun. A species of sea duck, Melanitta perspicillata, which breeds in northern North America.
SURF SKI, noun. Long narrow water craft (about 18 feet long) seating one person, propelled by paddling with a two-ended paddle and incorporating a small rudder controlled by foot levers. Designed for recreation or competition in surf, especially surf life saving, but only for going straight out and in, not for surfing across a wave like a wave ski.
SURF SKIS, noun. Plural of surf ski
SURF, noun. Waves breaking on the shore.
SURF, verb. Ride the waves of the sea with a surfboard; "Californians love to surf".
SURF, verb. Look around casually and randomly, without seeking anything in particular; "browse a computer directory"; "surf the internet or the world wide web".
SURF, verb. Switch channels, on television.
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