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dam

noun /dӕm/
a bank or wall of earth, concrete etc to keep back water
dique
A new dam was being built at the mouth of the valley.
the water kept back.
presa, embalse
Translations of “dam”
in Korean 댐…
in Arabic سَدّ…
in French barrage, réservoir…
in Italian diga…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指旨在蓄水的)水壩,水堤…
in Russian дамба, плотина…
in Turkish baraj…
in Polish zapora, tama…
in Portuguese barragem, represa…
in German der Staudamm, der Stausee…
in Catalan presa…
in Japanese ダム…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指旨在蓄水的)堤坝,水坝…
(Definition of dam from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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