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Translation of "dive" - English-Turkish dictionary

dive

verb [I]     /daɪv/ ( past tense and past participle dived, also US dove, past participle dived)
JUMP IN
B1 to jump into water with your head and arms going in first suya dalmak/atlamak He dived off the side of the boat into the sea.Swimming
SWIM
B1 to swim under water, usually with breathing equipment su altında dalmak, tüple dalmak Swimming
dive into/over/under, etc
to move somewhere quickly bir yere hızlıca hareket etmek/girmek/saklanmak/gizlenmek/sokulmak He heard footsteps and dived under the table.Moving quickly
FLY
to fly down through the air very quickly havada dalış yapmak Suddenly the plane dived to the ground.Moving downwardsFalling and dropping
VALUE
If a value or price dives, it suddenly becomes less. değeri düşmek, fiyatı düşmek/azalmak Moving downwardsFalling and droppingBecoming and making smaller or lessBecoming and making less strong
(Definition of dive verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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