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surf British & World English

The mass or line of foam formed by waves breaking on a seashore or reef

surf club British & World English

An organization of lifeguards in charge of safety on a particular beach

couch-surf British & World English

Stay temporarily in a series of other people’s homes, typically making use of improvised sleeping arrangements

crowd-surf British & World English

Be passed in a prone position over the heads of the audience at a rock concert, typically after having jumped from the stage

surf beach British & World English

A beach that is popular with surfers

surf music British & World English

A style of popular music originating in the US in the early 1960s, characterized by high harmony vocals and typically having lyrics relating to surfing

surf patrol British & World English

A group of lifeguards monitoring swimmers' safety within a designated section of beach

surf-riding British & World English

Another term for surfing111.

channel-surf British & World English

Another term for channel-hop111.

surf carnival British & World English

A competitive display of the skills of members of a surf lifesaving club

surf 'n' turf British & World English

A dish containing both seafood and meat, typically shellfish and steak

surf lifesaving club British & World English

A voluntary organization formed to safeguard swimmers and surfers

egosurf British & World English

Search the Internet for instances of one’s own name or links to one’s own website

bodysurf British & World English

Float on the crest of incoming waves without using a board

surfcasting British & World English

Fishing by casting a line into the sea from the shore

surf lifesaver in lifesaver British & World English

A lifeguard working on a beach

surf and turf in surf 'n' turf British & World English

A dish containing both seafood and meat, typically shellfish and steak