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Italian translation of “pool”

pool

noun
 
/puːl/
A2 an area of water that has been made for people to swim in
piscina
The hotel has two outdoor pools.
B1 [no plural] a game in which you use a long stick to hit balls into holes around the edge of a table
gioco di biliardo, pool
We played pool all evening.
a small area of water or other liquid on a surface
pozza, laghetto
a pool of blood
(Definition of pool noun from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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