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dam

noun [C] uk   /dæm/ us  
a wall built across a river that stops the river's flow and collects the water, especially to make a reservoir (= an artificial lake) that provides water for an area: The Aswan High Dam is on the River Nile in Egypt.
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dam

verb [T] uk   /dæm/ (-mm-) us  
to build a dam across a river in order to store water
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Traducciones de “dam”
en coreano 댐…
en árabe سَدّ…
en francés barrage, réservoir…
en turco baraj…
en italiano diga…
en chino (tradicionál) (尤指旨在蓄水的)水壩,水堤…
en ruso дамба, плотина…
en polaco zapora, tama…
en español dique, presa, embalse…
en portugués barragem, represa…
en alemán der Staudamm, der Stausee…
en catalán presa…
en japonés ダム…
en chino (simplificado) (尤指旨在蓄水的)堤坝,水坝…
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