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Translation of "fountain" - English-Spanish dictionary

fountain

noun /ˈfauntin/
an often ornamental structure which produces a spring of water that rises into the air fuente Rome is famous for its beautifully carved stone fountains. the water coming from such a structure fuente It was so hot that he stood under the fountain to get cool. a source fuente God is the fountain of all goodness. fountain pen noun a kind of pen with a nib and containing a supply of ink which is released as one writes. pluma estilográfica
(Definition of fountain from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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