scuba

[ US /ˈskubə/ ]
[ UK /skˈuːbɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a device (trade name Aqua-Lung) that lets divers breathe under water; scuba is an acronym for self-contained underwater breathing apparatus
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How To Use scuba In A Sentence

  • They are popular with scuba divers but you can just swim or snorkel. The Sun
  • PALCA: But like scuba diving, there are certain inherent risks and they want to get you acquainted with those. Space Tourism: To Infinity And ... Right Back To Earth
  • But you can also swim with turtles, or don scuba gear and explore the corals and colourful fish of the deep. Times, Sunday Times
  • I've always enjoyed snorkelling and I fancied scuba diving, so I was keen to have a go.
  • That was until we donned our scuba gear and plunged in. The Sun
  • She has learned to scuba dive and fly an airplane.
  • Participants are driven by chauffeur to and from the aquarium, where they are given instruction on basic scuba equipment. Times, Sunday Times
  • Shooters can fill the compressed air tank from either a standard scuba tank or from a high-pressure hand pump.
  • They can spend their time here relaxing, walking, sunbathing, swimming and scuba diving.
  • And then of course, he also has a Ph. D in veterinary medicine, his undergraduate work focused on evolutionary biology-he's an amateur spelunker and a certified scuba diver. December 2006
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