To jump and fall freely from an airplane, performing various maneuvers before pulling the ripcord of a parachute. (verb-intransitive)
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Use "skydive" in a sentence
"A retired French army colonel is aiming to take a stratospheric leap into the record books by completing a 1000mph (1,600km/h) skydive from the edge of space in Canada next month."
"The whole thing was over before you could say 'skydive' - and memories are pretty vague due to all the adrenalin etc - sensory overload apparently according to the girl who briefed us."
"The skydive, which is being sponsored by energy drink manufacturer"