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swimming US English

The sport or activity of propelling oneself through water using the limbs

swimming in swim US English

Propel the body through water by using the limbs, or (in the case of a fish or other aquatic animal) by using fins, tail, or other bodily movement

free-swimming US English

(Of an aquatic animal) not attached to an object or substrate and able to swim freely

swimming bath US English

A swimming pool, especially a public indoor one

swimming crab US English

A coastal crab that has paddlelike rear legs for swimming

swimming hole US English

A deep place for swimming in a stream or river

swimming pool US English

An artificial pool for swimming in

wild swimming US English

The practice or activity of swimming for pleasure in natural waters, typically rivers and lakes

swimming pool US Thesaurus

an indoor swimming pool

swimming costume US English

A garment worn for swimming, especially a woman’s one-piece swimsuit

synchronized swimming US English

A sport in which members of a team of swimmers perform coordinated or identical movements in time to music

swim US English

Be immersed in or covered with liquid

swim trunks US English

Shorts worn by men for swimming

swimming trunks in swim trunks US English

Shorts worn by men for swimming

swim with the tide in swim US English

Act in accordance with (or against) the prevailing opinion or tendency

swim with the tide US English

Act in accordance with (or against) the prevailing opinion or tendency

velvet swimming crab in swimming crab US English

A coastal crab that has paddlelike rear legs for swimming