surfing

英 ['sɜːfɪŋ] 美 ['sɝfɪŋ]
  • n. 冲浪游戏
  • v. 冲浪(surf的ing形式)
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surfing 冲浪运动

surf,冲浪,-ing,动名词后缀。

surfing (n.)
1955, verbal noun from surf (v.). The surfing craze went nationwide in U.S. from California in 1963. Surf-board is from 1826, originally in a Hawaiian and Polynesian context. Surf music attested from 1963.
It is highly amusing to a stranger to go out into the south part of this town, some day when the sea is rolling in heavily over the reef, and to observe there the evolutions and rapid career of a company of surf-players. The sport is so attractive and full of wild excitement to Hawaiians, and withal so healthful, that I cannot but hope it will be many years before civilization shall look it out of countenance, or make it disreputable to indulge in this manly, though it be dangerous, exercise. [the Rev. Henry T. Cheever, "Life in the Sandwich Islands," New York, 1851]



"The basis of surfing music is a rock and roll bass beat figuration, coupled with a raunch-type weird-sounding lead guitar plus wailing saxes. Surfing music has to sound untrained with a certain rough flavor to appeal to the teenagers." [music publisher Murray Wilson, quoted in "Billboard," June 29, 1963]
1. Surfing the Internet is fun, but it's also a time waster.
上网很有意思,但也很浪费时间。

来自柯林斯例句

2. I'm going to be surfing bigger waves when I get to Australia!
到了澳大利亚后我要去浪头更大的地方冲浪!

来自柯林斯例句

3. The simple fact is that, for most people, surfing is too expensive.
事情很简单,那就是对大多数人来说,网上冲浪费用太高。

来自柯林斯例句

4. Wind surfing can be strenuous but immensely exciting.
风帆冲浪可能紧张吃力,但却非常刺激。

来自柯林斯例句

5. Hawaii was the birthplace of surfing.
夏威夷是冲浪运动的发源地。

来自《权威词典》

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