scuba-dive

[ skoo-buh-dahyv ]
/ ˈsku bəˌdaɪv /

verb (used without object), scu·ba-dived or scu·ba-dove, scu·ba-dived, scu·ba-div·ing.

to descend and swim underwater using a scuba device.

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Also scuba dive, scuba.

Origin of scuba-dive

First recorded in 1960–65

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