surfboardnoun [ C ]uk /ˈsɜːf.bɔːd/ us /ˈsɝːf.bɔːrd/
Examples from literature
- A thick surfboard floats well.
- And, you don’t want their surfboards to hit you!
- First, a new surfer has to choose the right surfboard.
- In Australia, he made a surfboard out of a tree.
- It is difficult to keep your balance on a surfboard.
- It is important to have the right size surfboard when you are learning to surf.
- It should be long and thick because a long, thick surfboard floats very well.
- It was easier to take a surfboard from beach to beach in California and look for good waves.
- So, in the 1920s, some people made new, bigger surfboards.
- There is also a competition for people surfing with their dogs, on the same surfboard.
- When you see a wave come, paddle until the wave is under the surfboard, and then pop up.
- You are going to fall, and you don’t want to lose your surfboard.
- You don’t want to hit other surfers with your surfboard.