Definition of 'diving'
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Diving boards are not permitted where swimming is taking place. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Diving is bad but you have the right to go down if you get fouled! The Sun (2014)Diving is bad but it is part of the game! The Sun (2014)Diving is bad but it's not as bad as a dangerous tackle! The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'diving'
British English: diving /ˈdaɪvɪŋ/ NOUN
Diving is the activity of working or looking around underwater, using special breathing equipment.
This is diving at its most thrilling.
- American English: diving
- Arabic: غَوْص
- Brazilian Portuguese: mergulho
- Chinese: 潜水
- Croatian: ronjenje
- Czech: potápění
- Danish: dykning
- Dutch: duiken
- European Spanish: submarinismo
- Finnish: sukellus sukeltaminen
- French: plongée
- German: Tauchen
- Greek: κατάδυση
- Italian: tuffi
- Japanese: 飛び込み
- Korean: 다이빙
- Norwegian: dykking
- Polish: nurkowanie
- European Portuguese: mergulho
- Romanian: scufundare
- Russian: подводное плавание
- Spanish: salto de trampolín
- Swedish: dykning
- Thai: การดำน้ำ
- Turkish: dalma denize
- Ukrainian: дайвінг
- Vietnamese: công việc lặn
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