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Translation of "reservoir" - English-Spanish dictionary

reservoir

noun   /ˈrez·ə·vwɑːr/
a place where water is kept before it goes to people’s houses embalse, pantano
(Definition of reservoir from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

reservoir

noun /ˈrezəvwaː/
a place, usually a man-made lake, where water for drinking etc is stored. embalse, depósito
(Definition of reservoir from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “reservoir”
in Korean 저수지…
in Arabic خَزّان مياه…
in Malaysian kawasan takungan air…
in French réservoir…
in Russian водохранилище…
in Chinese (Traditional) 水庫, 蓄水池, 儲備…
in Italian bacino idrico, lago artificiale…
in Turkish gölet, bent, baraj gölü…
in Polish zbiornik…
in Vietnamese hồ nhân tạo…
in Portuguese represa…
in Thai อ่างเก็บน้ำ…
in German das Wasserreservoir…
in Catalan embassament, pantà…
in Japanese 貯水池…
in Chinese (Simplified) 水库, 蓄水池, 储备…
in Indonesian waduk…
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