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Surf vs Waterski - What's the difference?

surf | waterski |


As nouns the difference between surf and waterski

is that surf is waves that break on an ocean shoreline while waterski is .

As verbs the difference between surf and waterski

is that surf is to ride a wave, usually on a surfboard while waterski is .

Skim vs Surf - What's the difference?

skim | surf |


As verbs the difference between skim and surf

is that skim is to pass lightly; to glide along in an even, smooth course; to glide along near the surface while surf is to ride a wave, usually on a surfboard.

As an adjective skim

is (of milk) having lowered fat content.

As a noun surf is

waves that break on an ocean shoreline.

Surf vs Breakers - What's the difference?

surf | breakers |


As nouns the difference between surf and breakers

is that surf is waves that break on an ocean shoreline while breakers is .

As a verb surf

is to ride a wave, usually on a surfboard.

Surf vs Sail - What's the difference?

surf | sail |


As nouns the difference between surf and sail

is that surf is waves that break on an ocean shoreline while sail is salt.

As a verb surf

is to ride a wave, usually on a surfboard.

Surf vs Wind - What's the difference?

surf | wind |


As nouns the difference between surf and wind

is that surf is waves that break on an ocean shoreline while wind is wind; movement of air usually caused by convection or differences of air pressure.

As a verb surf

is to ride a wave, usually on a surfboard.

Surf vs Skate - What's the difference?

surf | skate |


As verbs the difference between surf and skate

is that surf is to ride a wave, usually on a surfboard while skate is .

As a noun surf

is waves that break on an ocean shoreline.

Montero vs Surf - What's the difference?

montero | surf |


As nouns the difference between montero and surf

is that montero is a round spanish cap, with flaps at the back or sides, once used by hunters while surf is waves that break on an ocean shoreline.

As a verb surf is

to ride a wave, usually on a surfboard.

Soap vs Surf - What's the difference?

soap | surf |


As an acronym soap

is .

As a noun surf is

waves that break on an ocean shoreline.

As a verb surf is

to ride a wave, usually on a surfboard.

Surf vs Surfed - What's the difference?

surf | surfed |


As verbs the difference between surf and surfed

is that surf is to ride a wave, usually on a surfboard while surfed is (surf).

As a noun surf

is waves that break on an ocean shoreline.

Sift vs Surf - What's the difference?

sift | surf |


As verbs the difference between sift and surf

is that sift is to sieve or strain (something) while surf is to ride a wave, usually on a surfboard.

As a noun surf is

waves that break on an ocean shoreline.

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