Translation of subaqua in Spanish:

subaqua

de submarinismo, adj.

Pronunciation /sʌbˈakwə/

adjective

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    (equipment/club) de submarinismo
    subaqua diving natación subacuática feminine
    • On the lake people can try their hand at sailing, windsurfing, rowing and canoeing, as well as sub-aqua diving in a special tank.
    • He said also that it was some days before the sub-aqua team were able to come to Lecanvey as they had been working elsewhere.
    • This was confirmed when we surveyed more than 80 UK sub-aqua clubs.
    • Discover for yourself if Atlantis fact or fantastic legend at this luxurious, once-in-a-lifetime sub-aqua night of adventure.
    • Local sub-aqua club members joined the naval diving team that was successful during the recent Fethard-onsea search.
    • An aircraft engineer, and keen sub-aqua diver, Jamie Benton from Humberside, was with his family when he saw what was happening and offered to help.
    • It is, I imagine, like sub-aqua diving or being in intensive care or running the last mile of a marathon uphill.
    • The first-time diver's mettle was tested by the sub-aqua gear.
    • The facility is used by all the local schools and by all ages for competitive coaching, swim classes, fun swims, lifesaving lessons, water fitness sessions and sub-aqua training.
    • I say this after reading a Northern newspaper cutting in which it is reported that one local sub-aqua club is offering the general public a repair service for - waterbeds.
    • Garda air support and sub-aqua units were called in to assist with the search.
    • The retired army sub-aqua diver is aiming to get more than £100 sponsorship before the national Butlins Swimathon on Sunday.
    • As we pulled them out we put them into plastic bags so the council could dump them’ said Paddy Kehoe, a member of the Carlow sub-aqua club.
    • Divers from the Kilkenny sub-aqua team located the body off Fethard-On-Sea shortly after 2pm yesterday.
    • A far less daunting but equally enjoyable dive is provided by the remains of an army scout car sunk in 6m of water, close to a jetty where a British Army sub-aqua club is based.
    • Deep, sub-aqua hums are peppered with blips and distant scrapes.
    • Dr Crowe, who is active in the Institute's sub-aqua society, also had scuba-diving equipment on display.
    • As it stands, the Gwladmena is a regular site for the local Shetland sub-aqua clubs and only the occasional visiting diver.
    • On Saturday morning the Kildare and Laois branches of the Civil Defence, along with the army Air Corps helicopter and members of the Santry and Athlone sub-aqua teams were dispatched to the scene to begin the search.
    • The Garda sub-aqua team searched 36 miles of the River Barrow.