Definition of windsurfer in English:

windsurfer

Line breaks: wind|surf¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈwɪndsɜːfə(r)
 
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noun

1A person who takes part in windsurfing: she was a keen swimmer and windsurfer
More example sentences
  • ‘I was a keen windsurfer, but Sam took to it like a duck to water,’ said his father, Andrew.
  • A former pupil at Colden Common Primary School, Kings' School and Peter Symonds' College, Larry was a keen windsurfer, skateboarder, sailor and kitesurfer.
  • Apparently driving a jet ski is not really exciting and some people try to get an extra dose of adrenalin by passing windsurfers, kayaks and swimmers as close as possible.
1.1A sailboard: you can hire out dinghies, windsurfers, or canoes
More example sentences
  • There's always something to look at: seagulls, pelicans, colorful people in sailboats and on windsurfers, kids playing with dogs, or just the wind in the grass.
  • Kayaks, sailboats, and windsurfers are available all day.
  • It can fit in the boot of an ordinary car, can be used as a surf board, a rowing dinghy, a windsurfer, a sailing dingy, can be towed behind a power boat or used as a beach boat for children (under supervision, of course) and costs next to nothing.

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