verb (used without object), hy·dro·planed, hy·dro·plan·ing.
Origin of hydroplane
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There was also heavy rain, and the accident occurred on a road that was notorious for hydroplaning.Pendleton Marines’ Car Crash Raises Questions of Alcohol Abuse in Military
June 17, 2012
by 1908, "to skim the surface of water by use of hydroplanes," from hydroplane (n.). Meaning "skid on a thin layer of water" (especially of automobile tires) first recorded 1962, properly aquaplane (itself from 1961 in this sense). Related: Hydroplaned; hydroplaning.