aqualung, Aqua-Lung, scuba(noun)
a device (trade name Aqua-Lung) that lets divers breathe under water; scuba is an acronym for self-contained underwater breathing apparatus
An apparatus carried by a diver, which includes a tank holding a mixture of oxygen and other gases, used for breathing underwater.
To perform scuba diving.
Origin: Acronym of self-contained underwater breathing apparatus
The numerical value of SCUBA in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of SCUBA in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I'm a big scuba diver and I've always loved the ocean. My children love the ocean.
Three years ago, my dad thought ‘how can I make scuba divers have an interesting [job]’ … he put together two of his passions, scuba diving and gardening.
It has something to do with the ocean and how much we love to be in it. You have so many ways to discover what's under the water, some people go into scuba diving. Freedivers usually have a different approach because the silence.
We think of addiction as this light switch you can turn on and off, what we're learning is that for some people, it's similar to scuba diving: You can only come up 20 feet so often or you get very, very sick. When people stop immediately and that abruptly, it really makes them vulnerable.
The opportunities on cruise ships are endless, where else can retirees spend time teaching what they enjoy while traveling around the world, eating wonderful food and earning extra pocket money?Possible jobs onboard cruise ships include golf instructors, scuba diving/water sports instructors, bridge instructors, arts and crafts instructors, caricature artists, dance instructors and photographers.I have a friend who has been a dance host on ships for six years, and plans on continuing for as long as his legs hold out.
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