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Translation of "dive" - English-Spanish dictionary

dive

verb   /daɪv/ ( present participle diving, past tense dived or US dove, past participle dived)
B1 to jump into water with your head and arms going in first saltar de cabeza He dived off the side of the boat into the water.
B1 to swim underwater, usually with breathing equipment bucear
noun   /daɪv/
a jump into water with your arms and head going in first zambullida, salto
(Definition of dive from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dive

verb /daiv/
to plunge headfirst into water or down through the air zambullirse, tirarse de cabeza He dived off a rock into the sea.
to go quickly and suddenly out of sight precipitarse hacia, abalanzarse She dived down a back street and into a shop.
diver noun
a person who dives, especially one who works under water using special breathing equipment buzo a deep-sea diver
diving noun
the sport or activity of jumping into water with your head first and your arms stretched out in front of you Tirarse de Cabeza (also adjective) a diving competition.
the activity of swimming underwater using special equipment to help you breathe Buceo I’m going diving in Thailand (also adjective) a diving suit.
diving board noun
a platform from which to dive, erected beside a swimming-pool. trampolín
great diving beetle noun
a water insect that carries a bubble of air under its wing cover for breathing when it is under water. ditisco
(Definition of dive from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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