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diving bell

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdiving bellˈdiving bell noun [countable]  HEOa metal container that is open at the bottom and filled with air under pressure, in which people can work under water
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diving bellA ship that loses energy, a diving bell that gains it.Bookcases, iron safes, furniture from the Old World, a diving bell.A schedule 6 mixed gas diving bell.All deep diving beyond 50 metres requires a schedule six diving bell which can carry two or three divers.
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