Definition of 'diver'
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Both became competitive free divers in the 1980s. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are both small, tidy birds and indefatigable divers. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Police divers were scanning the river close to where she was spotted using sonar equipment. The Sun (2014)More great northern divers than usual have been found on lakes and reservoirs this winter. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This is why he wants scuba divers on hand. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The two divers managed to free it with time to spare. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The willingness of referees to book divers in recent years has improved matters. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Police divers yesterday searched a river for dumped weapons. The Sun (2014) Police divers were continuing the search for him last night. The Sun (2015)Great northern divers are swimming about on reservoirs in various parts of the country. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They are popular with scuba divers but you can just swim or snorkel. The Sun (2014)Diving is free to certified divers and beginners can get tuition. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Two divers failed to find the watch and the young officer gave up hope of seeing it again. The Sun (2008)He keeps a yacht in the Bahamas and is a keen tennis player and diver. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They are historic sites, visited by over a thousand divers a year. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Great northern divers swim offshore and Iceland gulls come to the harbours. Times, Sunday Times (2010)After the tragedy, three veteran British divers were called in. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Free divers go down, alone, rather than up as part of a team. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A fisherman was surprised to find a scuba diver on the end of his line after struggling to reel in what he thought was a prize catch. Times, Sunday Times (2011)THREE British scuba divers are missing in Indonesia. The Sun (2008)
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Translations for 'diver'
British English: diver /ˈdaɪvə/ NOUN
A diver is a person who swims under water using special breathing equipment.
Divers have found the wreck.
- American English: diver
- Arabic: غَطَّاس
- Brazilian Portuguese: mergulhador
- Chinese: 潜水员
- Croatian: ronilac
- Czech: potápěč
- Danish: dykker
- Dutch: duiker
- European Spanish: submarinista
- Finnish: sukeltaja
- French: plongeur
- German: Taucher
- Greek: δύτης
- Italian: tuffatore
- Japanese: 潜水夫
- Korean: 다이버
- Norwegian: dykker
- Polish: nurek
- European Portuguese: mergulhador
- Romanian: scafandru
- Russian: ныряльщик
- Spanish: submarinista
- Swedish: dykare
- Thai: นักดำน้ำ
- Turkish: dalgıç
- Ukrainian: водолаз
- Vietnamese: thợ lặn
Definition of diver from the Collins English Dictionary
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