surf

listen to the pronunciation of surf
الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} sörf yapmak

Sörf yapmaktan hoşlanmam. - I don't like surfing.

dalgalar üstünde tahta ile kıyıya doğru kaymak
(fiil) sörf yapmak
{f} sörf yap

O, internette sörf yaparak çok fazla zaman harcar. - She spends way too much time surfing the web.

Christopher Columbus Pirate Bay'ın sularından zevk aldı ve oraya sık sık sörf yapmaya giderdi. - Christopher Columbus enjoyed the torrents of Pirate Bay and would often go surfing there.

çatlayan dalgalar
{i} kıyıya çarpıp çatlayan dalgalarda oluşan beyaz köpükler
{i} sörf

Yüzerek ve sörf yaparak eğlendin mi? - Did you have a good time swimming and surfing?

Bu plaj sörfçüler için bir cennet. - This beach is a paradise for surfers.

{i} kıyıya çarpıp çatlayan dalgalar
{i} köpüklü dalga
{i} kıyıya vuran köpüklü dalgalar
dalga köpük
kıyıda kırılan köpüklü dalgalar
dalga köpüğü
{i} kıyıya çarpıp çatlayan dalgaların sesi
surfing
sörf

Tom sörf yapmaya düşkündür. - Tom is keen on surfing.

Sörf yapmaya bayılıyor. - He is really crazy about surfing.

surf the net
İnternette gezinti yapmak
surf and turf
bir deniz ürünü ve etten, bilhassa biftek etinden yapılmış yemek
surf the internet
sörf internet
surf the net
İnternette gezinmek
Surf Express
Surf Express : Internet üzerinde on kat daha hızlı sörf yapmak için hazırlanmış inanılmaz bir program
surf beat
(Askeri) sörf salınımı
surf current
(Askeri) sörf dalgası
surf in the internet
internette gezinmek
surf observation
(Askeri) dalga gözetleme
surf observation report
(Askeri) dalga gözetleme raporu
surf similarity parameter
(Askeri) sörf benzeşim parametresi
surf zone
(Askeri) sörf bölgesi
surf zone
(Askeri) dalga bölgesi T
surfing
su kayağı
surfing
sörf yapan
surfing
{i} sörf yapma

Hangisinde daha iyisin, yarım sörf tahtasıyla sörf yapmada mı yoksa sörf yapmada mı? - Which are you better at, boogie-boarding or surfing?

Sörf yapmaya bayılıyor. - He is really crazy about surfing.

surfing
{i} (Bilgisayar) (İnternet üzerinde) sörf yapma
surfing
sörf yaparak

O her hafta sonunu internette sörf yaparak geçirir. - He spends every weekend surfing the Net.

O, internette sörf yaparak çok fazla zaman harcar. - She spends way too much time surfing the web.

surfing
{i} spor sörf
surfing
{f} sörf yap

Sörf yapmaya bayılıyor. - He is really crazy about surfing.

O, internette sörf yaparak çok fazla zaman harcar. - She spends way too much time surfing the web.

couch surf
İnternet aracılığıyla yatılı misafir edilecek gönüllü ev sahibi arama
surfer
sörfçü

Sörfçü dalganın tepesinde gitmeye çalıştı. - The surfer tried to ride the crest of the wave.

Bu plaj sörfçüler için bir cennettir. - This beach is a paradise for surfers.

third person singular of surf
üçüncü kişi sörf tekil
to capsize end over end, as in heavy surf
ucuna, sonuna alabora olarak ağır sörf içinde
artificial surf zone
(Askeri) yapay sörf bölgesi
surfer
dalgalar üzerinde "surfing" yapan sporcu
surfer
(isim) sörfçü
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Waves that break on an ocean shoreline

'But when the surf fell enough for the boats to get ashore, and Greening held a lantern for me to jump down into the passage, after we had got the side out of the tomb, the first thing the light fell on at the bottom was a white face turned skyward.

To browse the Internet
To ride a wave, usually on a surfboard
{n} waves or swell of the sea breaking on shore
waves breaking on the shore switch channels, on television ride the waves of the sea with a surfboard; "Californians love to surf
If you surf the Internet, you spend time finding and looking at things on the Internet. No one knows how many people currently surf the Net. + surfer surfers surf·er Net surfers can use their credit cards to pay for anything from toys to train tickets. the white substance that forms on top of waves as they move towards the shore
The bottom of a drain
When you surf the Web, you're perusing Web pages
To look around the World Wide Web
{i} waves; foam formed by waves
The term used to describe exploring the Internet randomly, a metaphor from real surfing
To look around or browse through web sites
To move from place to place on the Internet, usually using a Web browser
{f} ride on ocean waves using a specially designed board; navigate in the Internet, move from site to site on the Internet in order to find information or for entertainment; scan through the programs on television or radio stations
The increased action of waves against the coastline or intertidal area; characterized by exceedingly active water motion, crashing against rocks or other objects in shallow water
Surfing Same meaning as 'browsing the Web' Term used to describe moving around resources and documents on the Internet or World Wide Web Top of page
The swell of the sea which breaks upon the shore, esp
We speak of "surfing the 'net", i e browsing pages on the internet
ride the waves of the sea with a surfboard; "Californians love to surf"
A term for browsing web pages on the Internet
Browse the Internet View Web pages on the Internet
"Surf the Web" is slang for using hyperlinks to jump from Web page to Web page
switch channels, on television
(1) Collective term for BREAKERS (2) The WAVE activity in the area between the SHORELINE and the outermost limit of BREAKERS (3) The term surf in literature usually refers to the breaking WAVES on SHORE and on REEFS when accompanied by a roaring noise caused by the larger WAVES breaking
If you surf, you ride on big waves in the sea on a special board. I'm going to buy a surfboard and learn to surf I'm going to be surfing bigger waves when I get to Australia! + surfer surfers surf·er this small fishing village, which continues to attract painters and surfers
To search for information in the cyberspaceby navigating in a nonlinear way
To move from place to place on the Internet searching for topics of interest Web surfing has become a favorite pastime for many Internet users
Surfing the net - the most popular activity on the World Wide Web Looking around the Internet, jumping from web page to web page just going to wherever strikes your fancy at the moment Just like when you sit with the remote control in your hand flicking through the TV channels - the Internet requires much bigger batteries though
a term used for browsing through the Internet and going from computer to computer on the Internet, usually without staying too long
Looking around the Internet, jumping from page to page, just going to wherever takes your fancy at that time Similar to channel-surfing with a TV remote control
look around casually and randomly, without seeking anything in particular; "browse a computer directory"; "surf the internet or the world wide web"
To leap giddily from one Web page to another by furiously clicking on any link in sight; to travel through cyberspace
To wander around the Internet looking for stuff
A popular term to describe 'cruising' in search of information on the Internet "I've been surfing the Net"
To search for information on the Web in a random, non-linear way
upon a sloping beach
To browse the Internet with no definite destination in mind
Another word for browsing the Web
Surf is the mass of white bubbles that is formed by waves as they fall upon the shore. surf rolling onto white sand beaches
waves breaking on the shore
To surf the net is to use the Internet
Exploring the Internet See: Net surfing
surf and turf
A meal that combines seafood and meat, typically shrimp and steak
surf boat
A type of boat used in surf lifesaving to go from shore out through the breaking waves, and back again. Current designs are rowed by a crew of four, with a sweep at the back steering. Originally used for mass rescues, but now superceded by powered craft and used only for competition
surf boats
plural form of surf boat
surf kayaking
The sport of riding waves as a surfer, while seated in a kayak
surf lifesaving
The activity of rescuing swimmers in distress at surf beaches
surf lifesaving
The movement promoting and organising that activity
surf rider
Obsolete. One who rides the surf usually on a surfboard; a surfer
surf riders
plural form of surf rider
surf riding
The pastime or sport of riding surf on a surfboard
surf ski
Long narrow water craft (about 18 feet long) seating one person, propelled by paddling with a two-ended paddle and incorporating a small rudder controlled by foot levers. Designed for recreation or competition in surf, especially surf life saving, but only for going straight out and in, not for surfing across a wave like a wave ski
surf skis
plural form of surf ski
surf and turf
Seafood and beefsteak served as the main course of a meal, as in a restaurant
surf board
long board used for gliding on water
surf casting
casting (artificial) bait far out into the ocean (up to 200 yards) with the waves breaking around you
surf casting
{i} act of fishing from shore by casting the line into the waves
surf clam
Any of various usually large edible clams of the family Mactridae, commonly living in the surf of coastal waters
surf clam
large edible clam
surf duck
A scoter, especially the surf scoter
surf fishing
surf casting: casting (artificial) bait far out into the ocean (up to 200 yards) with the waves breaking around you
surf scoter
A North American sea duck (Melanitta perspicillata), the male of which is black with a white forehead and nape
surf zone
The area of rough water next to the land, where ocean waves hit the shore
surf zone
The zone of wave action extending from the water line (which varies with tide, surge, set-up, etc ) out to the most seaward point of the zone (breaker zone) at which waves approaching the coastline commence breaking, typically in water depths of between 5 to 10 metres
surf zone
(1) The NEARSHORE zone along which the WAVES become BREAKERS as they approach the SHORE (2) The zone of WAVE action extending from the WATER LINE (which varies with TIDE, SURGE, set-up, etc ) out to the most seaward point of the zone (BREAKER ZONE) at which WAVES approaching the COASTLINE commence breaking, typically in WATER DEPTHS of between 5 m and 10 m See Figure 6
surf-glider
surfer, one who rides waves with the use of a surf board
body surf
To ride waves or surf without equipment, such as a surfboard
body-surf
To ride waves or surf without equipment, such as a surfboard
channel surf
To quickly scan the channels on a television using a remote control

I channel surfed for half an hour before deciding nothing worth watching was on television.

channel-surf
To watch a series of television stations for a short time each, by repeated use of a remote control
couch surf
To use temporary overnight accommodations in one or more private residences, especially without cash payment
couch-surf
Alternative spelling of couch surf
shoulder surf
To engage in shoulder surfing
surfer
A person who rides a surfboard. Some who does surfing
surfing
The action of the verb to surf
train surf
To either stand on a the roof of a moving train and surf it like a wave, or to hang on and ride on the exterior of a train
channel surf
{f} (Slang) channel-hop, change television channels quickly and repeatedly using a remote control looking for something interesting to watch
surfed
past of surf
surfer
(See 647) A person who spends time exploring the Web A person who spends time exploring the Web
surfer
The surf duck
surfer
User or Visitor to a website
surfer
someone who engages in surfboarding
surfer
A Web "surfer" is a colloquialism for a person browsing the Web Surfing: The act of exploring the Internet
surfer
A person who surfs the Internet
surfer
A Web "surfer" is a colloquialism for a person browsing the Web
surfer
An American term for one who occupies his/her time on the Internet following a virtual paper-trail without intent Like surfing real waves, it is severely limited Nevertheless, surfing real waves calls for considerable skill and athleticism Virtual surfing implies an approach to life like that of a damp towel; it bespeaks immense boredom and has no glamour see: Internaut
surfer
An avid Internet user
surfer
{i} one who rides ocean waves with a surfboard; (Internet) one who navigates from site to site on the Internet; one who casually switches channels frequently on a television
surfer
A person who rides a surfboard
surfer
Freestyle Riding : Hands on bars, stand on seat Surfer Lander : Freestyle Riding : Hands on bars, land while standing on seat Swingarm : Chassis : A large, pivoting support that connects the rear axle and shock absorber to the frame Swingaxle : Chassis : Swingarm/solid axle assembly that allows each rear wheel to pivot up and down semi-independently of the other Swapping : Recreational Riding : The undesirable tendency of the rear end to bounce uncontrollably from side to side in rough terrain
surfer
Data retriever specialist
surfer
Can surf very well, but not as well as the NetGods They earned the right to haze lesser Netizens This is the minimum you should aspire to be
surfers
plural of surfer
surfing
Surfing is the activity of looking at different sites on the Internet, especially when you are not looking for anything in particular. The simple fact is that, for most people, surfing is too expensive. Sport of riding breaking waves toward the shore, especially with a surfboard. The sport originated prehistorically in the South Seas. In 1777 and 1778 Capt. James Cook first reported seeing surfers in Tahiti and on Oahu. In 1821 surfing was banned by missionaries who thought it immoral. It was revived in the 1920s by the Hawaiian swimmer Duke Kahanamoku (1890-1968). Today surfing is enjoyed on beaches with breakers throughout the world, and several international championships are held. The goal is to maneuver on the unbroken face of the wave, preferably as far back toward the curl ("tube") as possible. In addition to surfboards, surfers can use belly-boards, kneeboards, or kayaks, or they can bodysurf using no board at all
surfing
the sport of riding a surfboard toward the shore on the crest of a wave
surfing
this is when you are looking around the Internet
surfing
The process of "looking around" the Internet You're doing it now
surfing
Surfing is the sport of riding on the top of a wave while standing or lying on a special board
surfing
Informal term for exploring the Internet (i e , "surfing the 'net ") Most often used in reference to accessing sites on the World Wide Web
surfing
{i} act of riding ocean waves with a surfboard; act of "surfing the Internet", act of navigating from site to site on the Internet (Computers)
surfing
A term used for exploring the Internet, as in "surfing the net" Most often used in reference to accessing sites on the World Wide Web
surfing
The term used by newbies and the media to describe exploring the Internet, usually through a graphical browser This is a metaphor for ocean surfing
surfing
Browsing the Internet without a specific goal or topic To the Top
surfing
The action of browsing the World Wide Web
surfing
The pastime or sport of riding surf on a surfboard
surfing
exploring the Internet
surfing
(gerund) "To surf" the Web is to browse around, with or (usually) without a clear objective "Surfing" the web suggests a shallow information-foraging behavior or a recreational experience
surfing
This term is best translated as "following links on the World Wide Web with no specific purpose" It is as easy as clicking a mouse button!
surfing
The term used by newbies to descripbe exploring the Internet, usually through a World-Wide-Web browser, a metaphor from real surfing
surfing
Slang for using a browser to move through the World Wide Web
surfing
The process of "looking around" the Internet
surfing
Informal term for exploring the Internet, as in "surfing the net" Most often used in reference to accessing sites on the World Wide Web
surfing
Looking for information on the Internet
surfing
present participle of surf
surfing
Exploring World Wide Web Commonly seen as "Surfing the 'Net "
surfing
using a browser to visit sites on the Internet
surfing
to explore the internet with a web browser
surfing
A term which describes exploring sites on the World Wide Web
surfing
Browsing for files and interesting information on the Internet as opposed to searching for a specific topic
surfing
Exploring World Wide Web Commonly seen as "Surfing the 'Net "
surfing
The act of navigating the Web by clicking hyperlinks
surfing
Informal term for exploring the internet (as in "surfing the 'net") Most often used in reference to accessing sites on the world wide web
surfing
Browsing the World Wide Web; usually refers to people who are exploring
surfs
third person singular of surf
surf

    التركية النطق

    sırf

    النطق

    /ˈsərf/ /ˈsɜrf/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ s&rf ] (noun.) 1685. Maybe suffe, of uncertain origin.

    كلمة اليوم

    impeach
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