The mass or line of foam formed by waves breaking on a seashore or reef,
Ride on the crest of a wave, typically toward the shore while riding on a surfboard
learning to surf
Ride (a wave) toward the shore in such a way
he has built a career out of surfing big waves
Ride on the roof or outside of a fast-moving vehicle, typically a train, for excitement
he fell to his death while surfing on a 70 mph train
Move from site to site on (the Internet)
The mass or line of foam formed by waves breaking on a seashore or reef
the roar of the surf
A spell of surfing
he went for an early surf
waves breaking on the shore
surfboard: ride the waves of the sea with a surfboard; "Californians love to surf"
browse: look around casually and randomly, without seeking anything in particular; "browse a computer directory"; "surf the internet or the world wide web"
switch channels, on television
(surfer) someone who engages in surfboarding
(surfing) the sport of riding a surfboard toward the shore on the crest of a wave
SURF (Speeded Up Robust Features) is a robust image detector & descriptor, first presented by Herbert Bay et al. in 2006, that can be used in computer vision tasks like object recognition or 3D reconstruction. It is partly inspired by the SIFT descriptor. ...
Surf is the second solo album by Scottish singer–songwriter Roddy Frame, first released in the UK on 5 August 2002 via Redemption Records, and in the US on 8 October 2002 via Cooking Vinyl. Surf is notable in that every song on the album was recorded in Roddy Frame's "own front room".
The Surf Amtrak Station is an Amtrak rail station west of the city of Lompoc, California. It is served by Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner from San Luis Obispo to San Diego. Four Pacific Surfliner trains serve the station daily.
Surf is the name of a brand of laundry detergent made by Unilever and sold in the United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa and many other countries. In the United States the Surf product line was sold to Sun Products Inc., of Wilton, CT, in 2008. ...
(Surfer (Action Force)) Q Force is a fictional marine military unit that features in the Action Force universe, a European version of the G.I.Joe action figure and comic book series.
(Surfer (advertisement)) Surfer is a critically acclaimed integrated advertising campaign launched in 1999 by Diageo to promote Guinness-brand draught stout in the United Kingdom. ...
Waves that break on an ocean shoreline; To ride a wave, usually on a surfboard; To browse the Internet
(surfer) A person who rides a surfboard. Some who does surfing; A person who surfs the Internet
(Surfed) A term used to describe hair after a sesh.
(SURFER) The term Web "surfer" is a colloquialism for a person browsing the Web.
(Surfer) (Thr.) : What thrashers call each other.
(Surfer) A web site visitor or potential web site visitor. Also known as a "user".
(Surfer) An undirected information seeker who is often looking for an experience rather than information.
(Surfer) slang (although also extends to other boardsports, and surf sports) for a young surfer. Can also be used to refer to children in general, although usually they have some association with surfing/etc. ...
(surfer) loser, wanker, tosser.
The surfer can cross water, but he needs the fan to do this. If the lemming stays on the water too long, he gets tired and drowns.
(Surfers) Mark Richards, Joe Engel, Jim Banks, Dave Hansen, Martin Potter, Mark Warren, Wayne Bartholomew, Simon Anderson, Terry Fitzgerald, Gary Green, Shaun Tomson, Derek Hynd, Mike Newling, Scott Beggs, Gary Elkerton, Greg Black, Barton Lynch, Richard Cramm, Steve Wilson, Tom Carroll, Terry ...
web surfers. web readers. Internet readers which click their way trough the world. maybe because they get lost in the waves as wave riders. They won't get wet. Only a few wave riders or windsurfers are Internet surfers. They have better things to do. ...