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pondnoun [C]

uk   /pɒnd/  us   /pɑːnd/
B2 an area of water smaller than a lake, often artificially made: a duck pondthe pond [S] informal a humorous way of referring to the Atlantic Ocean, when it is thought of as separating the UK or Europe and the US: It's good to get a view from the other side of the pond.
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in Arabic بِرْكة…
in Korean 연못…
in Malaysian kolam…
in French mare, étang…
in Turkish gölcük, gölet…
in Italian stagno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 池塘…
in Russian пруд…
in Polish staw…
in Vietnamese cái ao…
in Spanish estanque…
in Portuguese lagoa, pequeno lago…
in Thai บ่อน้ำ…
in German der Teich…
in Catalan estany, bassa…
in Japanese 池, 沼…
in Indonesian kolam…
in Chinese (Simplified) 池塘…
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