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surfing British & World English

The sport or pastime of riding a wave towards the shore while standing or lying on a surfboard

surf British & World English

Stand or lie on a surfboard and ride on a wave towards the shore

sky surfing British & World English

The sport of jumping from an aircraft and surfing through the air on a board before landing by parachute

shoulder surfing British & World English

The practice of spying on the user of a cash-dispensing machine or other electronic device in order to obtain their personal identification number, password, etc.

bodysurf British & World English

Float on the crest of incoming waves without using a board

kitesurfing British & World English

The sport or pastime of riding on a modified surfboard while holding on to a specially designed kite, using the wind for propulsion

egosurf British & World English

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

windsurfing British & World English

The sport or pastime of riding on water on a sailboard

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

couch-surf British & World English

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

channel-surf British & World English

another term for channel-hop111.

surfing English-Spanish

surf m, surfing m

surfing in surf Spanish-English

surfing, surfboarding

couch surfing English-Spanish

couch surfingpráctica del viajero de trasladarse de una residencia a otra, donde se le permite alojar en cualquier espacio disponible, sofá etc, generalmente en forma gratuita

kite surfing English-Spanish

kite surfing, kite surf

train surfing English-Spanish

actividad que consiste en correr por encima de un tren en movimiento

channel-surfing English-Spanish

zapping m, zapeo m