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In dictionary for phrase Water was found total 15 words.


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water kropit v:
water namočit v:
water napájet v:
water vlhčit v:
water voda n:
water vodní adj:
water zalévat v:
water zavlažit v:
water zavlažovat v:
water zavodnit v:
water voda Med.
water voda Právnicko-obchodní pojem
water voda CHEMISTRY
Water Voda GB
Water Voda


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WaterThe fluid which descends from the clouds in rain, and which forms rivers, lakes, seas, etc.
WaterA body of water, standing or flowing; a lake, river, or other collection of water.
WaterAny liquid secretion, humor, or the like, resembling water; esp., the urine.
WaterA solution in water of a gaseous or readily volatile substance; as, ammonia water.
WaterThe limpidity and luster of a precious stone, especially a diamond; as, a diamond of the first water, that is, perfectly pure and transparent. Hence, of the first water, that is, of the first excellence.
WaterA wavy, lustrous pattern or decoration such as is imparted to linen, silk, metals, etc. See Water, v. t., 3, Damask, v. t., and Damaskeen.
WaterAn addition to the shares representing the capital of a stock company so that the aggregate par value of the shares is increased while their value for investment is diminished, or "diluted."
WaterTo wet or supply with water; to moisten; to overflow with water; to irrigate; as, to water land; to water flowers.
WaterTo supply with water for drink; to cause or allow to drink; as, to water cattle and horses.
WaterTo wet and calender, as cloth, so as to impart to it a lustrous appearance in wavy lines; to diversify with wavelike lines; as, to water silk. Cf. Water, n., 6.
WaterTo add water to (anything), thereby extending the quantity or bulk while reducing the strength or quality; to extend; to dilute; to weaken.
WaterTo shed, secrete, or fill with, water or liquid matter; as, his eyes began to water.
WaterTo get or take in water; as, the ship put into port to water.


body of water, H2O, urine, pee, weewe, piss, piddle, water supply, water system, irrigate,
H2O, body of water, water system, water supply, urine, piss, pee, piddle, weewee, binary compound, body waste, element, excrement, excreta, excretion, excretory product, facility, food, installation, liquid, nutrient, thing,


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(noun) H2O|binary compound (generic term)|liquid (generic term)
(noun) body of water|thing (generic term)
(noun) water system|water supply|facility (generic term)|installation (generic term)
(noun) element (generic term)
(noun) urine|piss|pee|piddle|weewee|body waste (generic term)|excretion (generic term)|excreta (generic term)|excrement (generic term)|excretory product (generic term)
(noun) food (generic term)|nutrient (generic term)
(verb) irrigate|wet (generic term)
(verb) supply (generic term)|provide (generic term)|render (generic term)|furnish (generic term)
(verb) secrete (generic term)|release (generic term)
(verb) fill (generic term)|fill up (generic term)


Nothing antonyms found for term: Water

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n. & v. --n. 1 a colourless transparent odourless tasteless liquid compound of oxygen and hydrogen. °Chem. formula: H[2]O. 2 a liquid consisting chiefly of this and found in seas, lakes, and rivers, in rain, and in secretions of organisms. 3 an expanse of water; a sea, lake, river, etc. 4 (in pl.) part of a sea or river (in Icelandic waters). 5 (often as the waters) mineral water at a spa etc. 6 the state of a tide (high water). 7 a solution of a specified substance in water (lavender-water). 8 the quality of the transparency and brilliance of a gem, esp. a diamond. 9 Finance an amount of nominal capital added by watering (see sense 10 of v.). 10 (attrib.) a found in or near water. b of, for, or worked by water. c involving, using, or yielding water. --v. 1 tr. sprinkle or soak with water. 2 tr. supply (a plant) with water. 3 tr. give water to (an animal) to drink. 4 intr. (of the mouth or eyes) secrete water as saliva or tears. 5 tr. (as watered adj.) (of silk etc.) having irregular wavy glossy markings. 6 tr. adulterate (milk, beer, etc.) with water. 7 tr. (of a river etc.) supply (a place) with water. 8 intr. (of an animal) go to a pool etc. to drink. 9 intr. (of a ship, engine, etc., or the person in charge of it) take in a supply of water. 10 tr. Finance increase (a company's debt, or nominal capital) by the issue of new shares without a corresponding addition to assets. øby water using a ship etc. for travel or transport. cast one's bread upon the waters see BREAD. like water lavishly, profusely. like water off a duck's back see DUCK(1). make one's mouth water cause one's saliva to flow, stimulate one's appetite or anticipation. of the first water 1 (of a diamond) of the greatest brilliance and transparency. 2 of the finest quality or extreme degree. on the water on a ship etc. on the water-wagon see WAGON. water-bag a bag of leather, canvas, etc., for holding water. water bailiff 1 an official enforcing fishing laws. 2 hist. a custom-house officer at a port. water bear = TARDIGRADE n. water-bed a mattress of rubber or plastic etc. filled with water. water-biscuit a thin crisp unsweetened biscuit made from flour and water. water blister a blister containing a colourless fluid, not blood or pus. water-boatman any aquatic bug of the family Notonectidae or Corixidae, swimming with oarlike hind legs. water-borne 1 (of goods etc.) conveyed by or travelling on water. 2 (of a disease) communicated or propagated by contaminated water. water-buck any of various African antelopes of the genus Kobus, frequenting river-banks. water-buffalo the common domestic Indian buffalo, Bubalus arnee. water bus a boat carrying passengers on a regular run on a river, lake, etc. water-butt a barrel used to catch rainwater. water-cannon a device giving a powerful jet of water to disperse a crowd etc. the Water-carrier (or -bearer) the zodiacal sign or constellation Aquarius. water chestnut 1 an aquatic plant, Trapa natans, bearing an edible seed. 2 a (in full Chinese water chestnut) a sedge, Eleocharis tuberosa, with rushlike leaves arising from a corm. b this corm used as food. water-clock a clock measuring time by the flow of water. water-closet 1 a lavatory with the means for flushing the pan with water. 2 a room containing this. water-colour (US -color) 1 artists' paint made of pigment to be diluted with water and not oil. 2 a picture painted with this. 3 the art of painting with water-colours. water-colourist (US -colorist) a painter in water-colours. water-cooled cooled by the circulation of water. water-cooler a tank of cooled drinking-water. water cure = HYDROPATHY. water-diviner Brit. a person who dowses (see DOWSE(1)) for water. water down 1 dilute with water. 2 make less vivid, forceful, or horrifying. water gauge 1 a glass tube etc. indicating the height of water in a reservoir, boiler, etc. 2 pressure expressed in terms of a head of water. water-glass 1 a solution of sodium or potassium silicate used for preserving eggs, as a vehicle for fresco-painting, and for hardening artificial stone. 2 a tube with a glass bottom enabling objects under water to be observed. water-hammer a knocking noise in a water-pipe when a tap is suddenly turned off. water-heater a device for heating (esp. domestic) water. water hemlock a poisonous plant, Cicuta maculata, found in marshes etc.: also called COWBANE. water-hole a shallow depression in which water collects (esp. in the bed of a river otherwise dry). water hyacinth a tropical river-weed, Eichhornia crassipes. water-ice a confection of flavoured and frozen water and sugar etc.; a sorbet. water jump a place where a horse in a steeplechase etc. must jump over water. water-level 1 a the surface of the water in a reservoir etc. b the height of this. 2 a level below which the ground is saturated with water. 3 a level using water to determine the horizontal. water lily any aquatic plant of the family Nymphaeaceae, with broad flat floating leaves and large usu. cup-shaped floating flowers. water-line 1 the line along which the surface of water touches a ship's side (marked on a ship for use in loading). 2 a linear watermark. water main the main pipe in a water-supply system. water-meadow a meadow periodically flooded by a stream. water melon a large smooth green melon, Citrullus lanatus, with red pulp and watery juice. water meter a device for measuring and recording the amount of water supplied to a house etc. water-mill a mill worked by a water-wheel. water-nymph a nymph regarded as inhabiting or presiding over water. water of crystallization water forming an essential part of the structure of some crystals. water of life rhet. spiritual enlightenment. water ouzel = DIPPER 1. water-pepper an aquatic herb, Polygonum hydropiper: also called SMARTWEED. water-pipe 1 a pipe for conveying water. 2 a hookah. water-pistol a toy pistol shooting a jet of water. water plantain any ditch-plant of the genus Alisma, with plantain-like leaves. water polo a game played by swimmers, with a ball like a football. water-power 1 mechanical force derived from the weight or motion of water. 2 a fall in the level of a river, as a source of this force. water purslane a creeping plant, Lythrum portula, growing in damp places. water rail a wading bird, Rallus aquaticus, frequenting marshes etc. water-rat = water-vole. water-rate a charge made for the use of the public water-supply. water-repellent not easily penetrated by water. water-scorpion any aquatic bug of the family Nepidae, living submerged and breathing through a bristle-like tubular tail. water-softener an apparatus or substance for softening hard water. water-soluble soluble in water. water-splash part of a road submerged by a stream or pool. water starwort any plant of the genus Callitriche, growing in water. water-supply the provision and storage of water, or the amount of water stored, for the use of a town, house, etc. water-table = water-level 2. water torture a form of torture in which the victim is exposed to the incessant dripping of water on the head, or the sound of dripping. water-tower a tower with an elevated tank to give pressure for distributing water. water under the bridge past events accepted as past and irrevocable. water-vole an aquatic vole, esp. Arvicola amphibius. water-weed any of various aquatic plants. water-wheel a wheel driven by water to work machinery, or to raise water. water-wings inflated floats fixed on the arms of a person learning to swim. øøwaterer n. waterless adj. [OE wóter f. Gmc, rel. to WET],

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Waterfowl commonly spread influenza viruses to chickens , although the outcome usually is not serious . Vodní ptactvo běžně šíří virus chřipky mezi kuřata , ačkoliv důsledky obvykle nejsou vážné
Water consumption also must be addressed . Je také potřeba se vypořádat se spotřebou vody
Water running down is matter losing its potential energy . Voda vytékající z lahve je v podstatě hmota ztrácející potenciální energii
Water Wars Války o vodu
Water management is an inherently difficult challenge , and experience counts for a lot . Vodní hospodářství je z podstaty náročný úkol a zkušenost tu má velkou cenu
Water has a cost , and someone , either end - users or taxpayers , has to pay it . Voda má svou cenu a někdo , ať už koneční uživatelé nebo daňoví poplatníci , ji musí zaplatit
Water stress is becoming a major obstacle to economic development in many parts of the world . V mnoha částech světa se zásadní překážkou hospodářského rozvoje stává namáhání vody
Water - stressed regions like Ethiopia and Sudan can adapt , at least in part , through improved technologies such as “ drip irrigation , ” rainwater harvesting , improved water storage facilities , deep wells , and agro - forestry techniques that make best use of scarce rainfall . Oblasti s kritickým nedostatkem vody jako Etiopie a Súdán se mohou adaptovat , alespoň zčásti , pomocí dokonalejších technologií , jako je \„ kapkové “ zavlažování , zachytávání dešťové vody , lepší zařízení pro uchovávání vody , hluboké studny a agrolesnické postupy , které co nejlépe využijí řídké srážky
Water for All Voda pro všechny
Water infrastructure can and must be developed in parallel with sound institutions , good governance , great attention to the environment , and an equitable sharing of costs and benefits . Vodní infrastruktura se může a musí rozvíjet paralelně se zdravými institucemi , kvalitním řízením , obrovskou pozorností k životnímu prostředí a spravedlivou dělbou nákladů a přínosů

Merrian-Webster dictionary

Term Word class Description
water nouna : capital stock not representing assets of the issuing company and not backed by earning power b : fictitious or exaggerated asset entries that give a stock an unrealistic book value
water verbto treat with or as if with water; specifically : to impart a lustrous appearance a

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Bob Woodward Watergate provides a model case study of the interaction and powers of each of the branches of government. It also is a morality play with a sad and dramatic ending.
Leonardo da Vinci Water is the driving force of all nature.
Nastassja Kinski Water is always a support or a healing thing apart from, you know, love or peace of mind.
Tibor Benedek Waterpolo is my life. Our relationship is that of predetermination I'll never be better at anything than waterpolo and that is why it is my duty to pursue this sport as long as I can, and to the best of my abilities.
Bob Woodward Watergate provides a model case study of the interaction and powers of each of the branches of government. It also is a morality play with a sad and dramatic ending.
Conrad Black Watergate enabled the Democrats to cut off all aid to South Vietnam and ensure American defeat in a war their party entered and had effectively lost, before Nixon salvaged a non-Communist South Vietnam while effecting a complete American withdrawal.