SCUBA - Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus
In the word SCUBA the letter B stands for breathing.
The word scuba was originally an acronym for self contained breathing apparatus.
Like radar or scuba, this is an acronym: Mother I'd Like to F*** --- MILF. Crude, but there it is.
I think you are referring to what is called an "acronym." For example, the word "scuba" (as in scuba diving) is an acronym. "Scuba" stands for Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus.
Scuba is a word based on an acronym so it is international, now the word diving will need to be translated.
DKNY Scuba was part of 1st Collection which was released in 2007
SCUBA stands for self-contained underwater breathing apparatus.
While scuba is an acronym, it is no longer necessary to capitalize every letter of the word.I would like to upgrade my scuba gear.
SCUBA stands for Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus.
Aqualung was the original name for SCUBA, self-contained underwater breathing apparatus.
SCUBA was originally an acronym for "self contained underwater breathing apparatus," but today it's considered a word on its own
Yes. Scuba is both an acronym and a word.
I was very timid when I heard we had to scuba dive to pass the class because I had never been scuba diving before.
Scuba gear comes in many different colors. Most scuba suites are black but they do make them in other colors some women like pink. You can get your mask and fins in a variety of colors from blue to yellow to red. Scuba gear has come along way and offers multiple choices.
The best scuba gear fins come in a variety of colors. They can include cobalt blue, sunshine yellow, crimson red, and metallic silver. You can purchase fins at stores like Modell's.
Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus
no oxygen is... heres my question, how did you come up with that question!?!?!?!?
I enjoy scuba diving as a pleasant diversion from my everyday activities. A discussion of scuba diving would be a diversion away from whatever you are currently discussing.
Buceo is a conjugation of the original verb "bucear" which means "to scuba dive." By dropping the -ar and adding the -o, the word it being changed to "I scuba dive."
Either, depending on context. Usually, if used as a noun it is SCUBA; as an adjective, as in scuba diver, it is just scuba.