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reservoir

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈrez.ə.vwɑːr/ US  /-ɚ.vwɑːr/
a place for storing liquid, especially a natural or artificial lake providing water for a city or other area
水庫;蓄水池
Inland waters
a large supply of something
儲備;儲藏;寶庫
The universities constitute a reservoir of expert knowledge.
大學是專業知識的寶庫。
Masses and large amounts of things
Translations of “reservoir”
in Arabic خَزّان مياه…
in Korean 저수지…
in Malaysian kawasan takungan air…
in French réservoir…
in Turkish gölet, bent, baraj gölü…
in Italian bacino idrico, lago artificiale…
in Russian водохранилище…
in Polish zbiornik…
in Vietnamese hồ nhân tạo…
in Spanish embalse, depósito…
in Portuguese represa…
in Thai อ่างเก็บน้ำ…
in German das Wasserreservoir…
in Catalan embassament, pantà…
in Japanese 貯水池…
in Indonesian waduk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 水库, 蓄水池, 储备…
(Definition of reservoir from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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