Surf

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Definition

to surf: to ride the waves on a board (on the sea); to search, to browse, to navigate (the internet)
verb
We don't pay you to surf the web all day long.
Icarus surfs every weekend.

the surf: the activity of surfing, the waves
noun
The surf is the waves and the foam at the edges of them

a surfer: somebody who surfs waves
noun

Examples

  • "Mrs. Brady drove on the wrong side of the road, and I was too scared to go surfing because they say there are a lot of monsters in Cornwall."
  • "Bruno saw his first dolphin at the age of 13, while surfing in the Pacific."
  • "Lou : Mate, if you come with me, we'll surf the biggest waves in the galaxy!"
  • "I've surfed every wave in this building, including the killer break in the first floor toilet."
  • "I thought the Aussies loved chilling out on the beach, grilling a few steaks on the barbie, going for a surf, that kind of thing."
  • "Each billboard emits the scent of Washed Up, described by Kalvin Krime as 'a masculine blend of sun, surf, and wetsuits'."
  • "Surfing the internet for girls!"
  • "My name's Lou, and I'm the wickedest surfer you've ever seen!"
  • "Mrs Brady drove on the wrong side of the road, and I was too scared to go surfing because they say there are many monsters in Cornwall."
  • "Australia isn't all about 'surfing kangaroos' and 'drunken koalas' anymore."

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