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Spanish translation of “fountain”

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noun /ˈfauntin/
an often ornamental structure which produces a spring of water that rises into the air
Rome is famous for its beautifully carved stone fountains.
the water coming from such a structure
It was so hot that he stood under the fountain to get cool.
a source
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
Translations of “fountain”
in Korean 분수…
in Arabic نافورة…
in French fontaine, source…
in Italian fontana…
in Chinese (Traditional) 泉水, (尤指具有裝飾效果的)噴泉…
in Russian фонтан…
in Turkish fıskiye…
in Polish fontanna…
in Portuguese fonte…
in German der Springbrunnen, die Quelle…
in Catalan font…
in Japanese 噴水…
in Chinese (Simplified) 泉水, (尤指具有装饰效果的)喷泉…
(Definition of fountain from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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