Definition of 'snorkel'

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Example sentences containing 'snorkel'

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You can also go snorkelling and swimming in between. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We stopped at another reef to go snorkelling. The Sun (2010)They have been kayaking and snorkelling as well as chatting to local fishermen. The Sun (2011)Trek through the rainforest and snorkel in the sea. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Perfect for snorkelling trips and the pool. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They are popular with scuba divers but you can just swim or snorkel. The Sun (2014)There are great opportunities for snorkelling and kayaking. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The resort organise snorkelling trips where you can get up close and personal to the all but untouched coral. The Sun (2013)There are many day sails which will take you off to a snorkelling reef and then to a beach for a picnic. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The relaxed daily routine consists of diving or snorkelling near pristine reefs and experiencing the culture and landscape of these remote isles. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Tomorrow, go sea kayaking or snorkelling. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We hand over responsibility for a couple of hours and go kayaking, swimming and snorkelling. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Choose between diving, snorkelling or kayaking. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It has an unspoilt house reef, with diving and snorkelling boat trips available and surfing too. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Each morning the crew sets sail for a good spot for swimming or snorkelling, while lunch is prepared. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Wooden steps lead down from the deck into the sea, enabling guests to swim or snorkel straight from the villa. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A better life of sun, sea and snorkelling awaits in a land down under. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I was promised a snorkelling trip worth more than $100 as part of the allinclusive deal. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I like swimming and snorkelling, but for this trip would prefer somewhere without a long flight. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The partnership with Emperor Divers offers snorkelling and diving trips. The Sun (2008)She appears at the beach buried in sand to look like a mermaid, and on a snorkelling trip parades a fine pair of sea legs. The Sun (2012)I spend my last day in Panama snorkelling the reef, still searching for lost loot. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Boat trips to dive and snorkelling sites are available too, or charter a yacht from the marina which also has cafes, restaurants and shops. Times, Sunday Times (2012)

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Translations for 'snorkel'

British English: snorkel /ˈsnɔːkl/ NOUN
A snorkel is a tube through which a person swimming just under the surface of the sea can breathe.
  • American English: snorkel
  • Arabic: أُنْبُوبَةُ التَّنَفُسِ لِلْغَطْس
  • Brazilian Portuguese: tubo snorkel respiração na água
  • Chinese: 通气管
  • Croatian: dihalica
  • Czech: šnorchl
  • Danish: snorkel
  • Dutch: snorkel
  • European Spanish: tubo de buceo
  • Finnish: snorkkeli
  • French: tuba
  • German: Schnorchel
  • Greek: αναπνευστήρας
  • Italian: boccaglio
  • Japanese: シュノーケル
  • Korean: 스노클
  • Norwegian: snorkel
  • Polish: rurka
  • European Portuguese: tubo de mergulho respiração na água
  • Romanian: tub de respirat
  • Russian: трубка (для подводного плавания)
  • Spanish: tubo de buceo
  • Swedish: snorkel
  • Thai: ท่อช่วยหายใจในน้ำ
  • Turkish: şnorkel
  • Ukrainian: дихальна трубка (для підводного плавання)
  • Vietnamese: ống thở khi lặn
British English: snorkel VERB
When someone snorkels, they swim under water using a snorkel.
We went snorkelling, and then returned for lunch.
  • American English: snorkel
  • Brazilian Portuguese: mergulhar com aparelho de snorkel
  • Chinese: 使用呼吸管潜泳
  • European Spanish: hacer snorkel
  • French: faire de la plongée
  • German: schnorcheln
  • Italian: fare snorkeling
  • Japanese: シュノーケルで潜る
  • Korean: 스노클을 물고 수영하다
  • European Portuguese: mergulhar com aparelho de snorkel
  • Spanish: hacer snorkel


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