- n. 通气管；潜艇换气装置
- vi. 用水下通气管潜航
1. snore => snorkel "nose, snout".
2. 它们两者都同源于拟声词根 *snor- .
3. So called from its resemblance to a nose and its noise when in use.
来自德国海军俚语 Schnorchel,潜水艇通风井，字面意思即鼻子，鼻孔，词源同 snore,打呼噜。 -el,小词后缀。因潜水艇通风井从外观和喷气的声音都与鼻孔有所类似而得名。后用于指浮 潜装备，浮潜运动，拼写也俗化为英式拼写 snorkel.
- snorkel (n.)
- 1944, "airshaft for submarines," from German Schnorchel, from German navy slang Schnorchel "nose, snout," related to schnarchen "to snore" (see snore (n.)). So called from its resemblance to a nose and its noise when in use. The anglicized spelling first recorded 1949. The meaning "curved tube used by a swimmer to breathe under water" is first recorded 1951.
- 1. With a snorkel, however, a diver can stay under water for quite a long time.
- 可是, 潜水员携带一根通气管就可以在水下呆很长时间.
- 2. This is full stroke swimming with a front - mount snorkel.
- 3. It's a pity that we didn't dive and snorkel last time.
- 4. Dive and snorkel sites are easily accessible by boat from the beach.
- 5. B . No. But I did buy a mask and fins and a snorkel.
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