What does divers mean in Old English?
divers. / (ˈdaɪvəz) / determiner. archaic, or literary. various; sundry; some.
Who are called divers?
(daɪvəʳ ) Word forms: plural divers. countable noun. A diver is a person who swims under water using special breathing equipment.
Is divers the same as diverse?
As adjectives the difference between divers and diverse
is that divers is , in the sense of various or assorted while diverse is consisting of many different elements; various.
What does the word divers mean in the Bible?
In the King James translation of the Bible, and similar older literature, “various diseases“; compare “diverse” …
What type of noun is divers?
someone who dives, especially as a sport. someone who works underwater; a frogman.
What is diver meaning?
1 : one that dives. 2a : a person who stays underwater for long periods by having air supplied from the surface or by carrying a supply of compressed air. b : any of various birds that obtain food by diving in water especially : loon.
What does Dive mean in slang?
If you describe a bar or club as a dive, you mean it is dirty and dark, and not very respectable. [informal, disapproval] We’ve played in all the little clubs and dives around Philadelphia. Synonyms: sleazy bar, joint [slang], nightclub, honky-tonk [US, slang] More Synonyms of dive.
What is past tense for dive?
According to one of the gold-standards of the English language, Merriam-Webster, “the words dived and dove are interchangeable as a past tense and past participle of the verb dive.
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