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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsnorkellingsnor‧kel‧ling British English, snorkeling American English /ˈsnɔːkəlɪŋ $ ˈsnɔːr-/ noun [uncountable]  DSSwhen you swim under water using a snorkel We went snorkeling in Hawaii.snorkel verb [intransitive]
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snorkellingThe centre also offers courses on Saturday nights to prepare newcomers to windsurfing, lifesaving and snorkelling.Guests can also enjoy windsurfing, water-skiing and snorkelling.Its two miles of almost deserted white sand and coral reefs make for excellent sunbathing and snorkelling.At the far end a rocky promontory extended into deep water - a promising place for snorkelling.There is good snorkelling and swimming and the excursion usually includes a barbecue lunch.Energetic pursuits include snorkelling and diving, para-gliding and water-skiing.Outside the office, takes every opportunity to fly off to warm exotic climates for her hobby of snorkelling.Try out your snorkelling in the clear, blue Aegean Sea.
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