Definition of oceanographer in English:

oceanographer

noun

  • See oceanography

    • ‘Lifeguards call it ‘run out’ and oceanographers refer to it as ‘rip current.’’
    • ‘I'm a physical oceanographer based at Southampton Oceanography Centre, where we also do climate research.’
    • ‘The difference between adjacent water bodies allows physical oceanographers to calculate rates of water movement in the deep sea.’
    • ‘See the tools that oceanographers use, like this buoy used to measure ocean conditions.’
    • ‘‘We can inspire the next generation of oceanographers and marine biologists,’ she said.’

Pronunciation

oceanographer

/əʊʃəˈnɒɡrəfə/