hydropower

[hahy-druh-pou-er]
noun
hydroelectric power.

Origin:
1930–35; hydro-1 + power

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hydropower (ˈhaɪdrəʊˌpaʊə)
 
n
hydroelectric power

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Example sentences
Maybe you'll convert your car to run on vegetable oil or something else, but
  you won't be on solar or hydropower for a while yet.
It is also worth noting that hydropower, which many believe people believe to
  be safe, is quite dangerous.
Hydropower is electricity generated using the energy of moving water.
Meanwhile, on land, the threat comes from hydropower.
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