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hydrantnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈhaɪ.drənt/
a vertical pipe, usually at the side of the road, that is connected to the main water system of a town and can supply water, especially for dealing with fires: a fire hydrant
Translations of “hydrant”
in Vietnamese họng nước…
in Spanish boca de riego…
in Thai หัวต่อท่อประปาสาธารณะที่อยู่ข้างถนน…
in Malaysian pili bomba…
in French bouche d’incendie…
in German der Hydrant…
in Chinese (Traditional) 消防栓…
in Indonesian hidran…
in Russian гидрант…
in Turkish yangın vanası/musluğu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 消防栓…
in Polish hydrant…
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