snorkel

Snigger vs Snorkel - What's the difference?

snigger | snorkel |


As nouns the difference between snigger and snorkel

is that snigger is a partly suppressed or broken laugh while snorkel is a hollow tube, held in the mouth, used by swimmers for breathing underwater.

As verbs the difference between snigger and snorkel

is that snigger is to emit a snigger while snorkel is to use a snorkel.

Snorkel - What does it mean?

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Scuba vs Snorkel - What's the difference?

scuba | snorkel |


As nouns the difference between scuba and snorkel

is that scuba is an apparatus carried by a diver, which includes a tank holding compressed, filtered air and a regulator which delivers the air to the diver at ambient pressure which can be used underwater while snorkel is a hollow tube, held in the mouth, used by swimmers for breathing underwater.

As verbs the difference between scuba and snorkel

is that scuba is (rare) to perform scuba diving while snorkel is to use a snorkel.

Snorkel vs Dive - What's the difference?

snorkel | dive |


As nouns the difference between snorkel and dive

is that snorkel is a hollow tube, held in the mouth, used by swimmers for breathing underwater while dive is .

As a verb snorkel

is to use a snorkel.

Moutha vs Snorkel - What's the difference?

moutha | snorkel |


As a noun snorkel is

a hollow tube, held in the mouth, used by swimmers for breathing underwater.

As a verb snorkel is

to use a snorkel.

Snorkel vs Snorkeling - What's the difference?

snorkel | snorkeling |


As nouns the difference between snorkel and snorkeling

is that snorkel is a hollow tube, held in the mouth, used by swimmers for breathing underwater while snorkeling is the act of swimming using a snorkel.

As verbs the difference between snorkel and snorkeling

is that snorkel is to use a snorkel while snorkeling is .

Snorkeller vs Snorkel - What's the difference?

snorkeller | snorkel |

Snorkeller is a derived term of snorkel.


As nouns the difference between snorkeller and snorkel

is that snorkeller is a person who uses a snorkel to do snorkelling while snorkel is a hollow tube, held in the mouth, used by swimmers for breathing underwater.

As a verb snorkel is

to use a snorkel.

Snorkeler vs Snorkel - What's the difference?

snorkeler | snorkel |

Snorkeler is a derived term of snorkel.


As nouns the difference between snorkeler and snorkel

is that snorkeler is a person who uses a snorkel to do snorkeling while snorkel is a hollow tube, held in the mouth, used by swimmers for breathing underwater.

As a verb snorkel is

to use a snorkel.

Depth vs Snorkel - What's the difference?

depth | snorkel |


As nouns the difference between depth and snorkel

is that depth is the vertical distance below a surface; the amount that something is deep while snorkel is a hollow tube, held in the mouth, used by swimmers for breathing underwater.

As a verb snorkel is

to use a snorkel.

Periscope vs Snorkel - What's the difference?

periscope | snorkel |


As nouns the difference between periscope and snorkel

is that periscope is a form of viewing device that allows the viewer to see things at a different height level and usually with minimal visibility while snorkel is a hollow tube, held in the mouth, used by swimmers for breathing underwater.

As verbs the difference between periscope and snorkel

is that periscope is to rise and peer around, in the manner of a periscope while snorkel is to use a snorkel.

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