Definition of windsurfing in English:

windsurfing

Line breaks: wind|surf|ing
Pronunciation: /ˈwɪn(d)səːfɪŋ
 
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noun

[mass noun]
The sport or pastime of riding on water on a sailboard.
More example sentences
  • With over 20 million windsurfers around the globe, this initiative is targeting windsurfing and related water sports as a tourism attraction.
  • As she rattles off a list of pursuits that include snorkeling, kayaking, beach volleyball, scuba diving, windsurfing and water skiing, my anticipation and adrenaline levels skyrocket.
  • He loves extreme sports like windsurfing, motor racing and water jet riding.

Derivatives

windsurf

verb
More example sentences
  • So he decided to windsurf across Bass Strait, non-stop.
  • The resort offers ample opportunities to ride horses on the beach, play tennis, windsurf, kayak, dance at the nightclub and enjoy fresh local fish.
  • Despite poor sound quality, the waterproof MP120 is ideal for those who want music while they swim, windsurf or jog in the rain.

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