mineral-water

mineral water

noun
1.
water containing dissolved mineral salts or gases, especially such water considered healthful to drink.
2.
mineral waters, British.
a.
carbonated water; soda water.
b.
artificially flavored, bottled soft drinks; soda pop.

Origin:
1555–65

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mineral water
 
n
water containing dissolved mineral salts or gases, usually having medicinal properties

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mineral water n.
Naturally occurring or prepared water that contains dissolved mineral salts, elements, or gases, and is often used therapeutically.

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