a long, narrow board used in the sport of surfing
to engage in this sport
A long, narrow, somewhat rounded board, usually having one or two fins, used for surfing.
intransitive verbsurf·boards, surf·board·ing, surf·board·ed
To engage in the sport of surfing.
- A shaped waterproof plank, usually made of wood or foam and reinforced plastic, used to surf on waves.
(third-person singular simple present surfboards, present participle surfboarding, simple past and past participle surfboarded)
- To use a surfboard; to surf.
- Not preferred by surfers, who would say "surf".
- Might be used to distinguish from body-surfing, riding waves without equipment.