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millpond

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈmɪl.pɒnd/ US  /-pɑːnd/
a pool of water which provides the power to make the wheel of a mill turn
磨坊水池
The sea that day was like a millpond (= very calm and not moving).
那天海上風平浪靜。
Inland watersFactories
Translations of “millpond”
in Chinese (Simplified) 磨坊水池…
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