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div·er / ˈdīvər/ • n. 1. a person or animal that dives, in particular: ∎  a person who dives as a sport: an Olympic diver. ∎  a person who wears a diving suit to work under water: a diver at the oil terminal | a police diver. 2. British term for loon1 .

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diver

diver, general term used to refer to many diving birds, e.g., the loon, the grebe, and some ducks, auks, and penguins.

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