Origin of bathyscaphe
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Borrowing from French, from Ancient Greek Î²Î±Î¸ÏÏ‚ (bathus, “deep") + ÏƒÎºÎ¬Ï†Î· (skaphÄ“, “little ship"). Coined in 1940s by Auguste Piccard, the inventor of the bathyscaphe.
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