Definition of sailboard in English:

sailboard

Syllabification: sail·board
Pronunciation: /ˈsālˌbôrd
 
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noun

A board with a mast attached to it by a swivel joint, and a sail, used in windsurfing.
More example sentences
  • I would appeal to all jet skiers to give sailboats, sailboards, rowing boats and swimmers a wide berth, the consequences should an accident occur are too horrible to contemplate.
  • The house comes with a 19-foot runabout, a canoe, kayaks, sailboards, and snorkeling and fishing gear.
  • Use of snorkel gear - plus a generous selection of sailboards, kayaks, and small sailboats - is complimentary.

Derivatives

sailboarder

noun
More example sentences
  • Also the lakes should be quieter and less likely to be infested with other water users such as sailboarders, water skiers and weekend sailors.
  • Speaking of sailing, a pack of speeding sailboarders were slaloming from a few hundreds yards out and back, weaving through the inside pack; the lifeguards were furiously calling them out of the water, but no one rode in.
  • Fifteen minutes later there was a cliff climbing and casualty recovery by the Tramore Coast Guard Unit, while at 1.35 pm there was another simulated rescue, this time by Tramore Lifeboat of a sailboarder in trouble.

sailboarding

noun
More example sentences
  • That means you're ready for the Tobago Cays, four deserted islets where the snorkeling and diving are unsurpassed, and there's plenty of room for sailboarding.
  • It came in the men's sailboarding, the mistral event.
  • ‘Ski sailing is easier to learn than other wind powered sports like sailboarding or kite-surfing since edging skis on the ground is much easier than in the water,’ Clausen explained.

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