dove, past tense; dived, past tense; dived, past participle; dove, past participle; diving, present participle; dives, 3rd person singular present;
Plunge head first into water
she walked to the deep end, then she dived in
he dived off the bridge for a bet
Move quickly or suddenly in a specified direction
a bullet passed close to his head, and he dived for cover
he attempted a diving catch
(of an aircraft or bird) Plunge steeply downward through the air
the aircraft dove for the ground to avoid the attack
Occupy oneself suddenly and enthusiastically with (a meal or an engrossing subject or activity)
dive into a barbecued beef burrito
(of prices or profits) Drop suddenly
profits before tax dived by 61 percent
Put one's hand quickly into something, esp. a pocket or purse, in order to find something
she dived into her bag and extracted a card
(of a player) Deliberately fall when challenged in order to deceive the referee into awarding a foul
Swim under water using breathing equipment
he had been diving in the area to test equipment
(of a fish, a submarine, or a vessel used for underwater exploration) Go to a deeper level in water
the fish dive down to about 1,400 feet and then swim southwest
An act of diving, in particular
A plunge head first into water, esp. from a diving board in a way prescribed for competition
he hit the sea in a shallow dive
a high dive
An instance of swimming or exploring under water with breathing equipment
divers should have a good intake of fluid before each dive
An act of going deeper under water by a fish, submarine, or diving vessel
pilot whales can go to 600 meters in a dive lasting 18 minutes
A steep descent by an aircraft or bird
the jumbo jet went into a dive
A sudden movement in a specified direction
she made a dive for the fridge to quench her raging thirst
A sudden and significant fall in prices or profits
an 11 percent dive in profits
A deliberate fall by a player, intended to deceive the referee into awarding a foul
A disreputable nightclub or bar
he got into a fight in some dive
drop steeply; "the stock market plunged"
honkytonk: a cheap disreputable nightclub or dance hall
a headlong plunge into water
plunge into water; "I was afraid to dive from the board into the pool"
a steep nose-down descent by an aircraft
swim under water; "the children enjoyed diving and looking for shells"
Dive! Living Off America's Waste is an American documentary film directed by Jeremy Seifert.
A "dive" (or "plunge") is a type of play in American Football in which the ball carrier (usually a fullback or a halfback) attempts to rush through one of the gaps immediately to the left or right of center, denoted as gaps 1 and 2 respectively. ...
Dive is the first track by Japanese recording stars BeForU. It was released in 2000, as a feature on Dance Dance Revolution Extra Stage Soundtrack. It features Riyu Kosaka, Noria Shiraishi, Yoma Komatsu, and Shiyuna Maehara. It made its arcade debut on Dance Dance Revolution 5th Mix. ...
Dive is a Belgian industrial music band formed in 1990 by Dirk Ivens (Absolute Body Control, Klinik, Blok 57, Sonar). Dive's "audio trademark" is the experimental sound of abused drum machines, pulsating through crackling distortion on almost every song.
This eponymous album was recorded by Dive the year before Dirk Ivens left Klinik. The album was originally released on Ivens' own label, Body Records, and was later re-released on CD in 1992 as First Album, with seven bonus tracks.
Dive is the second studio album released by Japanese singer Maaya Sakamoto . As the first album, Yoko Kanno produced this album as well. Lyrics of the album's songs were written by Sakamoto and Yūho Iwasato, except "Baby Face" and "Heavenly Blue" were co-written with Tim Jensen.
A jump or plunge into water; A swim under water; A decline; A seedy bar, nightclub, etc; Aerial descend with the nose pointed down; A deliberate fall after a challenge; To swim under water; To jump into water head-first; To descend sharply or steeply; To undertake with enthusiasm; To ...
(dived) Simple past of dive. (scuba diving)
(Dives) A taxonomic genus within the family Icteridae
(diving) The action of the verb to dive in any sense; The sport of jumping head first into water; The practice of swimming underwater, especially using a scuba system, and especially for recreation; Of, relating to or used in diving (jumping into water); Of, relating to or used in diving ( ...
(“Dived”) Such harsh language is rarely employed, and when it does sneak into broadcast, it must only be to convey outrage at tactics employed by The Other Team, especially if they are from foreign shores. ...
(Diver) A person that uses SCUBA gear to go under water for enjoyment
(Diver) A person who goes below the surface of a liquid, usually water, to perform a job.
(Diver) Anyone diving out of the plane during a formation skydiving exit.
(Diver) In relation to water, we refer to a person doing SCUBA as a “Diver”.
(Diver) Usually a plastic device used in trolling that by it's nature of having a attachment device allows the diver to when pulled in the water, forces the diver down at a steep angle. This allows the lure to be trolled deeper than possible by using a sinker alone. ...
(Diver) With this skill, a lemming can dive in water from great heights. This is great for a scout lemming. When he enters the water, he will swim to the shore and climb out.
(The Diver) In one creation myth called The Diver Coyote creates the earth and land from the Ocean or endless water. Coyote sends a duck to dive for some “earth”. The duck dives to the bottom and comes up with some “earth”. Coyote takes the earth and mixes it with “Chanit” seeds and water. ...
(diver) a specially trained individual who inspects the underwater portion of a bridge substructure and the surrounding channel