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pool

noun [C] (LIQUID)
液體
 
 
/puːl/
a small area of usually still water
水塘,水池,潭
We looked for crabs in the rock pools along the seashore.
我們在海邊岩石的水坑裡找螃蟹。
Inland waters
a small amount of liquid on a surface
(液體的)一灘,一片
a pool of blood/oil
一灘血/油
figurative a pool of light
一小片光亮
Water in general
a swimming pool
游泳池
I spent most of my holiday lying/sunbathing by the pool.
我假期的大部分時間都在游泳池旁躺著/曬太陽。
Swimming
(Definition of pool noun (LIQUID) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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