windsurfing

[wind-sur-fing]
noun
a form of sailing in which a flexible sail, free to move in any direction, is mounted on a surfboard and the craft guided by the standing rider.
Also called sailboarding, windsailing.


Origin:
1965–70; wind1 + surf + -ing1

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windsurf

[wind-surf]
verb (used without object)
to engage in windsurfing.

Origin:
1965–70; wind1 + surf

windsurfer, noun
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windsurf (ˈwɪndˌsɜːf)
 
vb
(intr) to take part in the sport of windsurfing
 
'windsurfer
 
n

windsurfing (ˈwɪndˌsɜːfɪŋ)
 
n
boardsailing, Also called: sailboarding the sport of sailing standing up on a sailboard that is equipped with a mast, sail, and wishbone boom

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windsurf
1969, from wind (n.) + surf (v.).
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Example sentences
The beach's gentle surf makes it perfect for windsurfing, swimming or
  sea-kayaking.
It is a popular diving and snorkeling area, and many tourists enjoy kite and
  windsurfing as well.
Visitors enjoy waters sports such as windsurfing, sailing and snorkeling.
Water sports enthusiasts can enjoy sailing and windsurfing as the prevailing
  winds make it ideal for these sport.
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