Englischer Thesaurus
(Verb) 
Definition
to plunge headfirst into water
He tried to escape by diving into a river.
Synonyme
plunge
She plunged her face into a bowl of cold water.
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drop
The mysterious object dropped into the ocean and made a huge splash.
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pitch
The ship was pitching and rolling as if in mid-ocean.
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duck
She splashed around in the pool trying to duck him.
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dip
Unemployment dipped to 6.9 per cent last month.
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descend
Disaster struck as the plane descended through the mist.
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(Verb) 
Definition
(of a submarine or diver) to submerge under water
They are diving to collect marine organisms.
Synonyme
go underwater
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snorkel
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scuba-dive
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swim under water
(Verb) 
Definition
(of a bird or aircraft) to fly in a steep nose-down descending path
His monoplane stalled and dived into the ground.
Synonyme
nose-dive
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fall
Her father fell into the sea after a massive heart attack.
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plunge
I plunged into the water after them.
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crash
He lost his balance and crashed to the floor.
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pitch
He pitched head-first over the low wall.
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swoop
The hawk swooped and soared away carrying something.
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plummet
The car plummeted off a cliff.
(Verb) 
Definition
to move quickly in a specified direction
They dived into a taxi.
Synonyme
leap
People should not leap to conclusions and blame the pilot.
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jump
stamping their boots and jumping up and down to knock the snow off
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dash
Suddenly she dashed out into the garden.
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bolt
I made some excuse and bolted towards the exit.
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dart
She darted away through the trees.
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lunge
I lunged forward to try to hit him.
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scurry
The attack began, sending residents scurrying for cover.
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throw yourself
(Substantiv) 
Definition
a headlong plunge into water
He made a sudden dive towards the man's legs.
Synonyme
plunge
a refreshing plunge into cold water
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jump
With a few hops and a jump they launched themselves into the air.
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leap
He took the silver medal with a leap of 2.37 metres.
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header (informal)
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lunge
The cat lunged at the nearby bird.
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nose dive
The catamaran sailed over the precipice and plunged into a nosedive.
(Substantiv) 
Definition
a disreputable bar or club
(slang)  We've played in all the dives about here.
Synonyme
sleazy bar
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joint (slang)
I took him to the best 24-hour pizza joint in New York.
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nightclub
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honky-tonk (US, slang)
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drinking den
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drinking joint

Zusätzliche Synonyme

in the sense of bolt
I made some excuse and bolted towards the exit.
in the sense of crash
Definition
to move violently or noisily
He lost his balance and crashed to the floor.
Synonyme
come a cropper (informal),
fall headlong
in the sense of dart
Definition
to move or throw swiftly and suddenly
She darted away through the trees.

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