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Noun
A plunge head first into water
“Performers would then dive into the water from the swing, embellishing their dives with graceful twists and spins, when the swing reached its highest point.”
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A sudden movement in a specified direction
“I laughed more as he fumbled his way out of the car and made a dive for me.”
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A shabby or sleazy bar or similar establishment
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A gradual and continuous loss of strength, numbers, quality, or value
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An establishment of a specified kind, especially one where people meet for eating, drinking, or entertainment
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A place one lives in or frequently visits
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A kind of trap for large animals, consisting of a heavy board or log that falls on to the prey
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An unpleasant place
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A public building or room for entertainment, especially gambling
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An eating establishment in which diners are served food at their tables
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The act of searching through something
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Plural for a (typically glamorous) woman has a high opinion of herself
“Hotel staff were constantly at the beck and call of the high-maintenance diva.”
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Plural for a female celebrity singer
“The Grammy Award-winning diva, at 35, isn't holding back about her much-publicized, seven-year marriage.”
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Plural for a female celebrity actor
“She's a phenomenal actress, a diva of her time, and a completely irreplaceable performer.”
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Plural for the chief female singer in an opera or opera company
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Plural for a female who performs on the stage or in films
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Plural for a woman or thing regarded as the finest or most outstanding in a particular sphere or group
Verb
Plunge head first into water with one's arms raised over one's head
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“In Italy, Romans braved a cold wind yesterday to dive off a bridge into the river Tiber to mark a 30-year old New Year tradition.”
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Swim under water using breathing equipment
“I love to fish for mackerel and dive for scallops.”
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Move quickly or suddenly in a specified direction
“As shots rang out students dived for cover as panic spread through the hall.”
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To move or go quickly and suddenly
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(jump off) To physically launch oneself off a platform downward
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To fall down or to a lower level, especially abruptly
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Make way through water using arms, legs
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To move suddenly, usually to avoid a collision
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To spring upon suddenly to attack or capture
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To move or glide through the air
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To jump or leap, to a great height, or with great force
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