Scuba is an acronym for - self contained under water breathing apparatus
Yes. Scuba is both an acronym and a word.
There are no legal requirements to scuba dive. In other words, anyone can scuba dive without breaking a law (assuming you are not doing an illegal underwater activity such as illegal fishing). However, if you are not certified, you will not be able to rent or buy equipment or get someone to fill your scuba cylinder.
Either, depending on context. Usually, if used as a noun it is SCUBA; as an adjective, as in scuba diver, it is just scuba.
Scuba Diver. n.One who uses scuba gear in underwater swimmingIn other words, they're people who dive underwater in wetsuits usually with oxygen tanks on their backs so that they can breathe, and goggles on so that they can see stuff underwater.
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Aliquam pugna diver is "combat scuba diver" in Latin. The Latin word pugna actually means fighter. Since Latin is a dead language and very old, the words are not exactly translated.
A scuba diver.
A scuba diver is a human who enjoys scuba diving. Therefore, a scuba diver has a spine and is a vertebrate.
They take scuba lessons from a certified scuba instructor.
No, but "scuba-diving" is a verb.