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impolder or empolder (ɪmˈpəʊldə)
rare to make into a polder; reclaim (land) from the sea
[C19: from Dutch inpolderen, see in-², polder]
empolder or empolder
[C19: from Dutch inpolderen, see in-², polder]

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