- n.潜水员; 跳水者，跳水运动员; 潜鸟; 〈俚〉潜水艇
- 复数: divers;
The diver stayed down for some time.
The excellent diver can submerge as deep as 243 meters to work.
Schools of silversides swim with a diver off western Grand Cayman.
The diver emerged to the surface of the water.
The diver poised on the edge high board.
The diver will have to remove the demolition charge before taking the instrument out.
I asked to get buddied up with an experienced diver.
The ship wrecks were rediscovered by a diver.
The diver came up for air again.
I'm also an awesome swimmer and diver and have excellent underwater vision.
He is a deep sea diver.
The sky diver dropped toward the earth.
Without having to leave water, diver can refer to work files and maps, and consult data.
They watch the diver. A man is diving from a tower. The tower is very high.
他们看这个潜水者. 一个男的从城堡潜水过来. 这城堡是很高的.
Two divers work together while a standby diver remains on the surface.
The broadcaster said the diver was in a critical but stable condition.
The diver went into the deep water beyond the danger limit.
The diver comes up for air.
The young diver is working under the water with a diving suit.
Once I a scuba diver in the sea of words.
From the fact, the shivering driver derives that the diver may thrive on river.
Come on, you are the best diver of the world. Please take care of yourself.
加油哦! 你是世界上最棒的跳水运动员. 好好照顾自己.
The diver put wads of cotton in his ears.
With underwater operation developing, much more attention has been paid to diver selection.
The sky diver had a plunge of more than 10 , 000 feet before his parachute opened.
He learnt his trade as a diver in the North Sea.
We squatted beside the pool and watched the diver sink slowly down.
The diver flipped over backwards into the water.
1. someone who works underwater
2. someone who dives (into water)
3. large somewhat primitive fish-eating diving bird of the northern hemisphere having webbed feet placed far back; related to the grebes