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swimming British & World English

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

swimming in swim British & World 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 British & World English

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

swimming bath British & World English

A swimming pool, especially a public indoor one

swimming crab British & World English

A coastal crab which has paddle-like rear legs for swimming

swimming hole British & World English

A bathing place in a stream or river

swimming pool British & World English

An artificial pool for swimming in

wild swimming British & World English

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

swimming trunks British & World English

Shorts worn by men for swimming

swimming costume British & World English

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

synchronized swimming British & World English

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

swim British & World English

Be immersed in or covered with liquid

swimming baths in swimming bath British & World English

A swimming pool, especially a public indoor one

swim with the tide in swim British & World English

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

swim with the tide British & World English

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

velvet swimming crab in swimming crab British & World English

A coastal crab which has paddle-like rear legs for swimming