Surf meaning

sûrf
To look at a variety of things casually, especially while browsing the Internet or television channels.
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The waves of the sea as they break upon a shore or reef.
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To engage in surfing.
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To browse (the Internet or television channels, for example).
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To browse or sample a succession of TV channels, webpages, etc.
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The waves or swell of the sea breaking on the shore or a reef.
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The foam or spray caused by this.
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To engage in the sport of surfing.
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To browse or sample a succession of (TV channels, webpages, etc.) on (a TV, the internet, etc.)
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The waves of the sea as they break upon a shore or a reef.
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Waves that break on an ocean shoreline.
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(UK, dialect) The bottom of a drain.
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To ride a wave, usually on a surfboard.
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To browse the Internet.
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Origin of surf

  • Origin unknown
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • Of uncertain origin. Formerly written suffe; possibly related to sough.
    From Wiktionary