Noun(1) breathing device consisting of a bent tube fitting into a swimmer's mouth and extending above the surface; allows swimmer to breathe while face down in the water(2) air passage provided by a retractable device containing intake and exhaust pipes; permits a submarine to stay submerged for extended periods of time
Verb(1) dive with a snorkel
(1) Once the swimmer has achieved ideal body position, the snorkel may be taken away to allow him to practice the low-profile breath.(2) The snorkel , flippers, and goggles are definitely material objects, as are the air tank, the regulator, and the buoyancy control device.(3) snorkel around the unspoilt coral reefs(4) bring a snorkel and flippers to explore the offshore reef(5) Towns are getting crowded, while many of the best places to dive or snorkel can be inundated with boats.(6) Similar effects are experienced by recreational breath-hold divers; they may also use a snorkel to allow breathing when on the surface.(7) But yesterday he donned his snorkel and flippers to defend his title as World Champion Bog Snorkeller.(8) snorkel around the unspoiled coral reefs(9) And don't forget to bring your snorkel : diving aficionados swear that the Maldives have the finest dive sites in the world, and most resorts have fully equipped dive centres.(10) The odd snorkel bobs in the water, occasionally spurting water, and there's not a boat to be seen.(11) In fact, so many people snorkel at Hanauma Bay that it often gets quite crowded.(12) Breathe into the blue, green or yellow plastic device, which resembles an asthma inhaler or part of a snorkel , for three or four minutes twice each day, and you'll breathe easier when you race.(13) If you can breathe through a snorkel , then you are well on the way towards one of the most enriching wildlife experiences of your life.(14) Strap on a mask and snorkel , and you can swim with sea lions, so curious and friendly that they will brush past your face.(15) Learning to snorkel was rewarding, but it also taught me that I am no amphibian.(16) On the islands, you can hike, snorkel , kayak, and go whale-watching; there are guided nature hikes on Santa Cruz Island.
1. schnorkel ::
2. breather ::
Different Formssnorkel, snorkeled, snorkeler, snorkelers, snorkeling, snorkelling, snorkels
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