Definition of boogie-boarder in English:

boogie-boarder

noun

  • See boogie board

    • ‘For both snowboarding and skateboarding, kids should wear helmets, and surfers and boogie-boarders should be accompanied by an adult.’
    • ‘A bloodied boogie-boarder screamed a warning to his mates after being attacked by a shark off a northern New South Wales beach yesterday.’
    • ‘It was a clear morning, with a surfer and one boogie-boarder catching the waves.’
    • ‘Something so speed bumps (boogie-boarders) will have something to ride…’
    • ‘The beach is a popular place for learner surfers and boogie-boarders and is safe for swimming.’