Definition of boogie board in English:

boogie board

Syllabification: boog·ie board


  • A short light type of surfboard ridden in a prone position.
    More example sentences
    • It's like an inflatable boogie board that you ride down ski slopes instead of on waves.
    • My daughter is starting to pick up bodysurfing and spends a fair amount of time on her boogie board.
    • Also, try surfing with a boogie board, a small foam pad you lay on to ride a wave, available to borrow at most hotels.


boogie boarder

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  • For both snowboarding and skateboarding, kids should wear helmets, and surfers and boogie-boarders should be accompanied by an adult.
  • The beach is a popular place for learner surfers and boogie-boarders and is safe for swimming.
  • It was a clear morning, with a surfer and one boogie-boarder catching the waves.

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