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scuba diving

n.
The use of scuba gear when swimming underwater, as for recreation or research.

scu′ba-dive′ v.
scuba diver n.

scu′ba-dive`



v.i. -dived -dove, -dived, -div•ing.
to dive underwater through use of a scuba.
[1960–65]
scu′ba div′er, n.
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