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reservoirnoun [C]

uk   /ˈrez.ə.vwɑːr/  us   /-ɚ.vwɑːr/
a ​place for ​storingliquid, ​especially a ​natural or ​artificiallakeprovidingwater for a ​city or other ​area a ​largesupply of something: The ​universitiesconstitute a reservoir ofexpertknowledge.
(Definition of reservoir from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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reservoirnoun [C]

 us   /ˈrez·ərˌvwɑr, -ˌvwɔr/
a ​natural or ​artificiallake for ​storing and ​supplyingwater for an ​area A reservoir is also a ​largesupply of something that could be used if ​needed: There’s a ​tremendous reservoir of ​goodwill out there.
(Definition of reservoir from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “reservoir”
en coreano 저수지…
en árabe خَزّان مياه…
in Malaysian kawasan takungan air…
en francés réservoir…
en ruso водохранилище…
en chino (tradicionál) 水庫, 蓄水池, 儲備…
en italiano bacino idrico, lago artificiale…
en turco gölet, bent, baraj gölü…
en polaco zbiornik…
en español embalse, depósito…
in Vietnamese hồ nhân tạo…
en portugués represa…
in Thai อ่างเก็บน้ำ…
en alemán das Wasserreservoir…
en catalán embassament, pantà…
en japonés 貯水池…
en chino (simplificado) 水库, 蓄水池, 储备…
in Indonesian waduk…
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