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German translation of “pool”

pool

noun /puːl/
a small area of still water
die Pfütze
The rain left pools of water in the road.
a similar area of any liquid
die Lache
a pool of blood/oil.
a deep part of a stream or river
der Tümpel
He was fishing (in) a pool near the river-bank.
a swimming-pool
der Pool
They spent the day at the pool.
(Definition of pool from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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