Spanish Word for dive  

English Word: dive

Spanish Word: bucear
The Spanish Word for dive
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Translated sentences containing 'dive'
Can one dive here without danger?
¿Se puede bucear aquí sin peligro?
Can you dive here?
¿Se puede bucear aquí?
Ricardo has always wanted to dive with sharks.
Ricardo siempre ha querido bucear con tiburones.

Unfortunately, my confidence has taken a proportionate dive.
Desgraciadamente, mi confianza ha disminuido proporcionalmente.
We would all be delighted if you had even cleaner waters to dive in in Europe.
Si puede bucear en Europa en aguas aún más limpias nos alegramos todos juntos.
Companies' profits can dive if a letter or dot is put in the wrong place.
Las empresas pueden ver desplomados sus ingresos si se equivocan en la colocación de una letra o de un punto.
If the Bank of France were to return to its former inflationary habits, the franc would dive immediately.
Si el Banco de Francia retomara sus viejos hábitos inflacionistas, en ese momento, el franco se hundiría.
However, there is a worry that the prices might take a nose dive now.
No obstante, existe la preocupación de que ahora los precios caigan en picado.
A surcharge on the aircraft rates which have taken a nose dive over the last few years due to competition can cover the dramatic upsurge in insurance premiums.
El cobro de un suplemento sobre las tarifas aéreas que han bajado mucho en los últimos años a causa de la competencia, podría compensar el aumento de las primas de los seguros.
Every year it causes the deaths of many albatrosses which dive in front of the ship to eat the fish waste and perish.
Cada año ocasiona el fallecimiento de numerosos albatros al zambullirse éstos delante del barco para comer los restos lanzados.
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