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water system

noun
1.
a river and all its branches.
2.
a system of supplying water, as throughout a metropolitan area.
Origin
1825-1835
1825-35
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Examples for water system
  • Most people think that the current water system can cope with urban growth far into the future.
  • And there is a growing trend for cities to sell the water system to private companies.
  • However that saved money must be spend on the water system.
  • Includes a relatively large loft area, gray water system, and a compost toilet.
  • Students will help fill in the components of a drawing of a water system.
  • The reason behind the city's downfall may be rooted in its ancient, vast and complex water system.
  • But it's also true that our tap water system is not as good as should be or could be.
  • The melting caused by the salt can also lift toxic chemicals and sediment off roadways into the water system.
  • In the forward crew module, a circulating water system does the work.
  • Cities in the central valley rebuilt on top of a secretly-replaced water system.
British Dictionary definitions for water system

water system

noun
1.
a river and all its tributaries
2.
a system for supplying water to a community
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