rapture deep

rapture of the deep

noun Pathology.

Origin:
1950–55; coined by J. Y. Cousteau as a translation of the French phrase ivresse des grandes profondeurs

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rapture of the deep rap·ture of the deep (rāp'chər)
n.
See nitrogen narcosis.

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