bathyscaphe /ˈbaθɪskaf/

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‹chiefly historical› a manned submersible vessel of a kind used by the French deep-sea explorer Auguste Piccard (1884–1962).
– origin 1940s: coined in French by its inventor, Auguste Piccard, from Greek bathus ‘deep’ + skaphos ‘ship’.

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