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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Outdoor
sub-aquasub-aq‧ua /sʌb ˈækwə/ adjective [only before noun]  British EnglishDLO relating to sports that take place under water sub-aqua diving
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sub-aquaCheap swimming goggles fit Whopperbears but don't let it be tempted to go sub-aqua!Cousteau's An original seafood restaurant with sub-aqua atmosphere.Of course we don't carry sub-aqua gear to check out these features before fishing: we can only discover them through practice.
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