the swell of the sea that breaks upon a shore or upon shoals.
the mass or line of foamy water caused by the breaking of the sea upon a shore, especially a shallow or sloping shore.
verb (used without object)
to ride a surfboard.
to float on the crest of a wave toward shore.
to swim, play, or bathe in the surf.
to search haphazardly, as for information on a computer network or an interesting program on television.
verb (used with object)
to ride a surfboard on:
We surfed every big wave in sight.
to search through (a computer network or TV channels) for information or entertainment.
waves breaking on the shore or on a reef
foam caused by the breaking of waves
(intransitive) to take part in surfing
(computing) (on the internet) to move freely from website to website (esp in the phrase surf the net)
to move freely between (TV channels or radio stations)
(informal) to be carried on top of something: that guy’s surfing the audience
(in combination): trainsurfing
The waves of the sea as they break upon a shore or a reef.
noun, plural (especially collectively) surffish (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) surffishes. 1. surfperch. 2. any of several sciaenoid fishes, as Umbrina roncador, inhabiting waters along the Pacific coast of North America. 3. surf smelt.
adjective 1. of or relating to a surface, especially the land surface: a surficial geologic deposit.
noun 1. (Austral & NZ, slang) a young person whose main interest is in surfing, esp when considered as a cult figure
noun 1. the act or sport of riding the surf, as on a surfboard. noun 1. the swell of the sea that breaks upon a shore or upon shoals. 2. the mass or line of foamy water caused by the breaking of the sea upon a shore, especially a shallow or sloping shore. verb (used […]