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diving US English

The sport or activity of swimming or exploring underwater

dive US English

Plunge head first into water

cage diving US English

The activity of being lowered into the sea in a protective steel cage in order to view sharks or other dangerous sea creatures at close range

diving bell US English

An open-bottomed chamber supplied with compressed air, in which a person can be let down under water

diving duck US English

A duck of a type that dives under water for food, such as the pochard, scaup, tufted duck, and goldeneye

diving suit US English

A watertight suit, typically with a helmet and an air supply, worn for working or exploring deep underwater

skin diving US English

The action or sport of swimming under water without a diving suit, typically in deep water using an aqualung and flippers

diving beetle US English

A predatory water beetle that has fringed back legs for swimming and stores air under its wing cases while diving

diving board US English

An elevated board projecting over a swimming pool or other body of water, from which people dive or jump in

diving petrel US English

A stocky auklike seabird of southern oceans, having black upper parts and white underparts

scuba diving US English

The sport or pastime of swimming underwater using scuba gear

stage-diving US English

The practice (typically among audience members) of jumping from the stage at a rock concert or other event to be caught and carried aloft by the crowd below

dumpster diving US English

The practice of raiding dumpsters to find discarded items that are still useful, can be recycled, and have value

saturation diving US English

Deep-sea diving in which the diver’s bloodstream is saturated with helium or other suitable gas at the pressure of the surrounding water, so that the decompression time afterward is independent of the duration of the dive

dive in in dive US English

Help oneself to food

dive in US English

Help oneself to food

skydiving US English

The sport of jumping from an aircraft and performing acrobatic maneuvers in the air during free fall before landing by parachute

crash-dive US English

(Of a submarine) dive rapidly and steeply to a deeper level in an emergency

duck-dive US English

Dive head first under the water while swimming

dive into in dive US English

Occupy oneself suddenly and enthusiastically with (a meal, or an engrossing subject or activity)

dive into US English

Occupy oneself suddenly and enthusiastically with (a meal, or an engrossing subject or activity)

nosedive US English

(Of an aircraft) make a nosedive

power dive US English

Perform a power dive

swan dive US English

Perform a swan drive

great diving beetle in diving beetle US English

A predatory water beetle that has fringed back legs for swimming and stores air under its wing cases while diving

common or northern diving petrel in diving petrel US English

A stocky auklike seabird of southern oceans, having black upper parts and white underparts

diving English-Spanish

saltos, clavados

diving suit English-Spanish

escafandra f, traje

diving board English-Spanish

trampolín m

to go diving in dive English-Spanish

ir* a hacer submarinismo

subaqua diving in subaqua English-Spanish

submarinismo m, natación


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