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kneeboard

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From knee + board.

NounEdit

kneeboard (plural kneeboards)

  1. (surfing) A short (often less than 6'), broad (sometimes extremely broad) surfboard designed to be ridden in the surf in a kneeling position, and often having traction pads in the central area as an alternative to wax, to help the knees grip the deck.
  2. (aviation) A clipboard carried in the lap of an airplane pilot, on which basic flight data is recorded.
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VerbEdit

kneeboard (third-person singular simple present kneeboards, present participle kneeboarding, simple past and past participle kneeboarded)

  1. to surf or water-ski using a kneeboard

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