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01:42 Dec 20, 2000
English to Portuguese translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: Wakeboards, kneeboards or boogieboards
I want to know the meaning of " Wakeboards, kneeboards or boogieboards" .I don't have any information about it.
Francisco Nunes
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Web Site for reference


Explanation:
wakeboard

http://www.wakeboard.com.my/glossary.phtml

· KNEEBOARD A surfboard, usually shorter, ridden on the knees

http://www.balix.com/surfing/glossary.html

· BOOGIEBOARD

<<Boogie (Board) Flexible foam bellyboard invented by Tom Morey in 1971 as an offshoot of his experimentation leading to the Morey-Doyle flexible surfboard. Based on the Hawaiian paipo and incorporating flex and ‘vacuum track rails’ (Greenough / Brock hull design). Soft construction circumvents bodysurfing area restrictions. Originally offered as a buyer assembled mail order product. Extensively imitated.>>
http://www.surfresearch.com.au/aga.html


Hope it helps!

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