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scuba diving

noun
1.
the activity or recreation of diving or exploring underwater through use of a scuba device.
Also called scuba.
Origin
1960-1965
1960-65
Related forms
scuba diver, noun

scuba-dive

[skoo-buh-dahyv] /ˈsku bəˌdaɪv/
verb (used without object), scuba-dived or scuba-dove, scuba-dived, scuba-diving.
1.
to descend and swim underwater using a scuba device.
Also, scuba dive, scuba.
Origin
1960-65
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