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  1. dive

    • IPA[dʌɪv]

    英式

    • v.
      plunge head first into water with one's arms raised over one's head;(of a fish or submarine) go to a deeper level in water
    • n.
      a plunge head first into water;an instance of swimming or going deeper under water
    • verb: dive, 3rd person present: dives, gerund or present participle: diving, past tense: dived, past participle: dived

    • noun: dive, plural noun: dives

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    • 片語

    動詞

    • 1. plunge head first into water with one's arms raised over one's head she walked to the deep end, then she dived in he dived off the bridge for a bet 同義詞 plunge, plummet, nosedive, descend, jump, ... 更多
    • (of a fish or submarine) go to a deeper level in water the fish dive down to about 1,400 feet
    • swim under water using breathing equipment he had been diving in the area to test equipment 同義詞 swim under water, go under water, submerge, sink, snorkel, ... 更多
    • 2. (of an aircraft or bird) plunge steeply downwards through the air the plane dived as it was buffeted by turbulence at 34,000 ft arctic skuas which dive at your head as you walk near their territories
    • move quickly or suddenly in a specified direction a bullet passed close to his head and he dived for cover 同義詞 leap, jump, lunge, launch oneself, throw oneself, ... 更多
    • (of prices or profits) drop suddenly profits before tax dived by 61 per cent
    • informal (of a player) deliberately fall when challenged in order to deceive the referee into awarding a foul Stein was booked for diving

    名詞

    • 1. a plunge head first into water he hit the sea in a shallow dive 同義詞 plunge, plummet, nosedive, descent, jump, ... 更多
    • an instance of swimming or going deeper under water divers should have a good intake of fluid before each dive
    • 2. a steep descent by an aircraft or bird the jumbo jet went into a dive
    • a sudden movement in a specified direction she made a dive for the fridge to quench her thirst 同義詞 lunge, spring, jump, leap, bolt, ... 更多
    • a sudden marked fall in prices or profits an 11 per cent dive in profits
    • informal a deliberate fall by a player, intended to deceive the referee into awarding a foul.
    • 3. informal a shabby or sleazy bar or similar establishment he got into a fight in some dive a detective story set in the smoky clubs and dive bars of 1940s Los Angeles. 同義詞 sleazy bar, sleazy nightclub, drinking den, informaldrinking joint, seedy joint, ... 更多