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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaqualungaq‧ua‧lung /ˈækwəlʌŋ/ noun [countable] trademark British English  DSSa piece of equipment that provides a diver (=someone who swims underwater) with air, and which they wear on their backs
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aqualungSo Thomas played bridge with them, and swam, and learned to use an aqualung.This was brought home to me many years ago when I dived into the River Kennet with an aqualung.This was all happening half a century ago, before the invention of the aqualung.
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