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windsurfer
American English: /ˈwɪn(d)ˌsərfər/
British English: /ˈwɪndsɜːfə/

Translation of windsurfer in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (person)
    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.
    1.2 (board)
    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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