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Definitions for SCUBA
ˈsku bəSCUBA

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. aqualung, Aqua-Lung, scubanoun

    a device (trade name Aqua-Lung) that lets divers breathe under water; scuba is an acronym for self-contained underwater breathing apparatus

Wiktionary

  1. scubanoun

    An apparatus carried by a diver, which includes a tank holding a mixture of oxygen and other gases, used for breathing underwater.

    Etymology: Acronym of self-contained underwater breathing apparatus

  2. scubaverb

    To perform scuba diving.

    Etymology: Acronym of self-contained underwater breathing apparatus

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of SCUBA in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of SCUBA in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of SCUBA in a Sentence

  1. Serina Tsubakihara:

    Park Lee said. Park Lee posted a lengthy message on Facebook in Chinese and Japanese after seeing several photos were taken in Japan. He said clues indicated the camera was owned by young people and posted several of the photos to help identify the owner. Within a day his post received more than 10,000 shares and a response from the owner, Serina Tsubakihara. Park Lee said he believed the camera was owned by someone who was younger based on the photos. ( Park Lee & Serina Tsubakihara) I couldn't believe Park Lee, Serina Tsubakihara told the BBC. I was super surprised when my friends told me about this and sent me the post with those pictures. Serina Tsubakihara said Serina Tsubakihara lost the camera in 2015 while Serina Tsubakihara was on vacation on the island of Ishigaki, Okinawa, about 155 miles east of Taiwan. The camera then drifted hundreds of miles, eventually washing ashore the beach in Taiwan. Park Lee posted several pictures to help identify the owner. ( Park Lee & Serina Tsubakihara) I was scuba diving and I lost the camera when one of my friends ran out of air and needed my help.

  2. Andrew Miller:

    Some are even using scuba gear, we have doctors and nurses who have been disciplined for trying to wear a mask at work. It's a situation full of conflict and confusion.

  3. Michael Bivona:

    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.

  4. Joe Schrank:

    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.

  5. Jon Chambers:

    Danny McDaniel literally encountered the largest fish I've ever seen in twenty years of scuba diving.

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