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sub-aquatic

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Pronunciation: /sʌbəˈkwatɪk
 
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Definition of sub-aquatic in English:

adjective

Underwater: a narrow sub-aquatic microclimate
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  • The reason became apparent once we reached the reef, because on the upper surface no bare rock was visible, just masses of soft coral trees waving in the sub-aquatic breeze.
  • The sub-aquatic equivalent, these are sharks revving up for a night of frantic hunting.

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