Meaning of lifeguarding in English:



See lifeguard

‘A generation ago on the Massachusetts coast, lifeguarding was the be-all, end-all summer job.’
  • ‘To him, lifeguarding is the best job anyone could ever have even at $8.25 an hour.’
  • ‘Lifesavers, The Royal Life Saving Society UK, is a national charity and the governing body for lifesaving and lifeguarding in the UK.’
  • ‘This year the largest number of vacancies are in animal care, engineering, catering and hotels, construction, hairdressing, lifeguarding and leisure.’
  • ‘And I have to say this: If the practice worked, the certifying agencies for lifeguarding would have adopted it by now.’