deep-sea diver

NOUN
  1. a diver in the deeper parts of the sea
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  • A couple of phone calls, arranged by a deep-sea diver I came to know while working on a story on the Miskito Coast of Nicaragua, led me to an alternately boastful and paranoidly surreptitious man named Steve. The Lampshade
  • These things were initially brought in for deep-sea divers to get over the bends but now they are used widely in medicine and other sports. Times, Sunday Times
  • La Haye plays a deep-sea diver who suffers a memory lapse after surviving a brush with death in India.
  • People in other occupations - say, steeplejacks, miners, deep-sea divers, anyone working with asbestos - may be exposed to higher risks of job related disease or death.
  • It is the same issue faced by deep-sea divers who come up too quickly - and it can often be fatal. The Sun
  • deep-sea divers can suffer nitrogen narcosis from breathing air under high pressure
  • The fire squad with its breathing apparatus moved slowly, like deep-sea divers. Bomber
  • An experienced deep-sea diver from Greater Manchester drowned after running out of air, an inquest was told.
  • Four deep-sea divers stuck at the bottom of the ocean. Times, Sunday Times
  • The fire squad with its breathing apparatus moved slowly, like deep-sea divers. Bomber
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