Translation of surf in Spanish:
- 1.1 (waves)olas (feminine plural)(rompientes)(swell)1.2 (foam)Example sentences
- Occasionally, we could hear surf breaking on the reef that surrounded us.
- With a roar of surf, the wave struck the beach and raced inland toward them.
- The game is played in the surf, in rough surf with decent booming waves.
- (Sport)hacer surf or surfingExample sentences
- He had surfed towards the shore, entered the buffer zone on his board, caught another wave, with the consequence that after a couple of seconds he entered the flagged area and then commenced to walk to the shore.
- The sand is black, it was very hot and sunny and if we had taken a surfboard we could have surfed on the waves.
- The Floridian surfed well, but his Brazilian counterpartmanaged an 8.4 toward the end and swung the lead.
- We don't know if we still have it in us to surf the big waves.
- For Slater, his first WCT final of 2004 remained well within grasp until the last wave was surfed.
- Thanks to its flat bottom, the Transformer spins like a top with the slightest of strokes and surfs standing waves as nimbly as a true kahuna.
- (Computing)to surf the Internet/Webnavegar ennavegar or surfear en or por Internet/la webExample sentences
- The Multi.phone allows users to surf the Internet and send e-mails or text messages.
- Simply surfing the Internet, reading email, downloading music or other files can infect your PC without you knowing it.
- Basically, I surf the Internet, send a little e-mail, download some music and occasionally work with Microsoft Word.
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