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submersible in Water topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsubmersiblesub‧mer‧si‧ble /səbˈmɜːsəbəl $ -ˈmɜːr-/ noun [countable]  TTWa small vehicle that can travel under water, especially one that travels to very great depths in the ocean for scientific purposessubmersible adjective
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submersibleThose who have made the trip say that nothing compares to the intimate experience of creeping along the bottom in a submersible.This system is what makes diving in a submersible sound like you are diving in a submersible.She was the first submersible to dive on the Titanic, which had lain undisturbed on the seabed for seventy-three years.Beehive, another sulfide edifice, is a five-minute submersible ride due west of Moose.These two characteristics combined make swimming megalopae easy to spot from the submersible.If you could get out of the submersible, you could scoop the animals up by the handful.Farther forward on the main deck from the A-frame is the Alvin hangar, where the submersible is serviced every evening.The submersible, hatch open, pitched into the sea.