Traducción de diving en Español:


saltos de trampolín, n.

Pronunciación /ˈdaɪvɪŋ//ˈdʌɪvɪŋ/


  • 1

    (from height)
    saltos de trampolín masculino
    clavados masculino América Latina
    • Reese predicts that the bulk of the team's points will come from middle distance freestyle, butterfly, backstroke and diving.
    • Often it's because every Premiership squad seems to be practising synchronized diving once a week.
    • It was only in 2000 that they started synchronized diving.
    • The synchronized diving involves all the members of the team.
    • Critical input is high, too, at the synchronised diving.
    • I told them that swimming and diving were dangerous, like juggling with engines or putting your head in a vice.
    • Springboard diving is confined to 1 and 3 metres only.
    • I was enjoying the synchronised diving before I came out.
    • That makes as much sense as treating swimming and diving as one.
    • Having finished second in the qualifying event in this pool six months ago, the British divers had the added advantage of diving last.
    • Apart from regular water sports cliff diving is an added exclusive special attraction of the place.
    • Synchronized swimming, water polo, and diving are also included in the Olympic programme.
    • They met at Salisbury swimming pool as teenagers and their mutual love of diving helped form a swimming partnership that lasted for many years.
    • Synchronised diving was deemed a success at the Sydney Olympics
    • She was recruited to dive at Colorado State University, even though she didn't even know diving was a college sport at the time!
    • But Justin made the team with the help of his brother in synchronized diving.
    • Acrobatic, exhilarating and captivating, yet full of grace and beauty, diving is the next big thing in sport, writes Anna Millar
    • The judging favored the American style of diving, a style placing as much importance on entry or finish of a dive as what was accomplished acrobatically in the air.
    • He took up swimming and diving, and joined a marching band, but the lure of the stage beckoned.
  • 2

    (under water)
    submarinismo masculino
    buceo masculino
    • The Maldives are a relatively accessible destination, offering year-round diving.
    • However, the increase in the popularity of deep technical diving has not come without some major concerns being raised.
    • He said he would like to see more prominent signs warning people of the dangers of diving in the area.
    • Recreational scuba diving has become very popular in the past 20 years.
    • Recreational diving enables us to experience those underwater wonders firsthand.
    • I have enjoyed the diving and the company wherever I have been in Ireland.
    • My package trip offered unlimited diving on day boats from the 26-bungalow resort.
    • Horseback riding, tennis, boating, and scuba diving are also available.
    • I would just love to spend a few months here exploring the diving among the hundreds of islands.
    • New dive sites are being discovered, and technical diving is now available.
    • Scuba diving is inherently a very safe sport.
    • Divers have attempted deep-sea diving to recover the panels, but none have yet been found.
    • I have not even mentioned the social aspects of recreational diving.
    • Players do not have the option of diving down and exploring.
    • As on every trip, we enjoyed some excellent diving and some equally good company.
    • The diving in the area is really only suitable for experienced divers.
    • You only have to see Great Skellig from a distance to realise that it must offer fantastic diving.
    • "We were very friendly with the boat captain and all the diving instructors, " says Olga.
    • Reef diving is the main sporting attraction, with the waters being home to over 100 species of coral and 900 species of fish.
    • If I wasn't playing rugby I was rock-climbing or deep-sea diving or fighting.