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  1. dive

    • IPA[dīv]

    美式

    • v.
      plunge head first into water;(of a fish, a submarine, or a vessel used for underwater exploration) go to a deeper level in water
    • n.
      a plunge head first into water;an instance of swimming or going deeper under water
    • noun: dive, plural noun: dives

    • verb: dive, 3rd person present: dives, gerund or present participle: diving, past tense: dived, past participle: dived

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. plunge head first into water:

      she walked to the deep end, then she dived in

      he dived off the bridge for a bet

    • 2. (of a fish, a submarine, or a vessel used for underwater exploration) go to a deeper level in water:

      the fish dive down to about 1,400 feet and then swim southwest

    • 3. swim underwater using breathing equipment:

      he had been diving in the area to test equipment

    • 4. (of an aircraft or bird) plunge steeply downward through the air:

      the aircraft dove for the ground to avoid the attack

    • 5. move quickly or suddenly in a specified direction:

      a bullet passed close to his head and he dived for cover

    • 6. (of prices or profits) drop suddenly:

      profits before tax dived by 61 percent

    • 7. put one's hand quickly into something, especially a pocket or purse, in order to find something:

      she dived into her bag and extracted a card

    • 8. (of a player) deliberately fall when challenged in order to deceive the referee into awarding a foul:

      Stein was booked for diving

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a plunge head first into water:

      he hit the sea in a shallow dive

      a high dive

    • 2. an instance of swimming or going deeper under water:

      divers should have a good intake of fluid before each dive

    • 3. a steep descent by an aircraft or bird:

      the jumbo jet went into a dive

    • 4. a sudden movement in a specified direction:

      she made a dive for the fridge to quench her raging thirst

    • 5. a sudden and significant fall in prices or profits:

      an 11 percent dive in profits

    • 6. a deliberate fall by a player, intended to deceive the referee into awarding a foul.
    • 7. 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

    • n. a stocky bird with a small head, short legs, and a cooing voice, feeding on seeds or fruit. Doves are generally smaller and more delicate than pigeons, but many kinds have been given both names.

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    • n. a stocky seed- or fruit-eating bird with a small head, short legs, and a cooing voice. Doves are generally smaller and more delicate than pigeons, but many kinds have been given both names.

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    • n.
      the sport or activity of swimming or exploring underwater.
    • adj.
      moving quickly or suddenly through the air, especially in a downward direction:
    • I tried in vain to get a shot of a diving falcon

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    • n.
      the sport or activity of swimming or exploring under water.
    • adj.
      moving quickly or suddenly through the air, especially in a downward direction:
    • I tried in vain to get a shot of a diving falcon

      he scored with a diving header

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    • n. used to refer to a typical or hypothetical rich man:

    • there must be rich and poor, Dives says, smacking his claret

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    • v. North American past of dive

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    • n. used to refer to a typical or hypothetical rich man:

    • there must be rich and poor, Dives says, smacking his claret

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    • v. North American past of dive

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    英式

    • v.
      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

    • n.
      a plunge head first into water:
    • he hit the sea in a shallow dive

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