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surf

noun /səːf/
the foam made as waves break on rocks or on the shore
espuma
The children were playing in the white surf.
surfer noun
surfista
surfing noun (also surf-riding) the sport of riding on a surfboard
surf
ideal weather for surfing.
(computing) looking for interesting sites on the Internet.
navegar (en la red)
surfboard noun a board on which a bather rides towards shore on the surf.
plancha/tabla de surf
Translations of “surf”
in Vietnamese sóng vỗ…
in Thai คลื่นที่ซัดฝั่ง…
in Malaysian buih ombak…
in French écume…
in German die Brandung…
in Chinese (Traditional) 拍岸的浪花,碎浪…
in Indonesian buih ombak…
in Russian прибой…
in Turkish sörf, köpüklü kırılan dalga…
in Chinese (Simplified) 拍岸的浪花,碎浪…
in Polish grzywacze, grzbiet fal…
(Definition of surf from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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