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bathysphere
American English: /ˈbæθəˌsfɪr/
British English: /ˈbaθɪsfɪə/

Translation of bathysphere in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • The biggest difference between a bathysphere and a bathyscaphe is that the bathysphere is heavier than water and the bathyscaphe is lighter.
    • Spiders were diving under water in air-filled diving bells long before man invented the submarine or the bathysphere.
    • Fish biologists descend in bathyspheres and submarines to the deepest oceanic canyon, and trawlers scrape up odd saltwater nematodes and mollusks from the bottom sediments.

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