Definition of sailboarding in US English:

sailboarding

noun

  • See sailboard

    • ‘Climbers sell all their gear and take up sailboarding, skiers move to Florida.’
    • ‘‘Ski sailing is easier to learn than other wind powered sports like sailboarding or kite-surfing since edging skis on the ground is much easier than in the water,’ Clausen explained.’
    • ‘It came in the men's sailboarding, the mistral event.’
    • ‘A 32-year old man, meanwhile, died while sailboarding in high waves off southern Okinawa island.’
    • ‘There's fishing, sailboarding, golf (with a convict-built, Georgian-styled, stone clubhouse), bushwalking, horseriding and… a whole lot of nothing special to do.’
    • ‘That means you're ready for the Tobago Cays, four deserted islets where the snorkeling and diving are unsurpassed, and there's plenty of room for sailboarding.’

Pronunciation

sailboarding

/ˈseɪlˌbɔrdɪŋ//ˈsālˌbôrdiNG/