The Word is:”water”


noun: water; noun: the water; plural noun: waters

1. a colourless, transparent, odourless, liquid which forms the seas, lakes, rivers, and rain and is

the basis of the fluids of living organisms.
“sodium chloride dissolves in water”
synonyms: aqua; technicalH;
rareAdam’s ale
“a glass of water”
  • water as supplied to houses or commercial establishments through pipes and taps.
    “each bedroom has a washbasin with hot and cold water”
  • one of the four elements in ancient and medieval philosophy and in astrology (considered essential to the nature of the signs Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces).
    “a water sign”
  • the water of a mineral spring as used medicinally for bathing in or drinking.
    plural noun: the waters
    “you can take the waters at the Pump Room”
  • a solution of a specified substance in water.
    “ammonia water”
  • 2. a stretch or area of water, such as a river, sea, or lake.

    “the lawns ran down to the water’s edge”
    synonyms: sea, ocean; lake, loch, pond, pool, reservoir;
    “he had a house down by the water”
    antonyms: land
  • the surface of an area of water.
    “she ducked under the water”
  • found in, on, or near areas of water.
    modifier noun: water
    “a water plant”
  • the water of a particular sea, river, or lake.
    “the waters of Hudson Bay”
  • an area of sea regarded as under the jurisdiction of a particular country.
    “Japanese coastal waters”
  • 3. urine.

    “drinking alcohol will make you need to pass water more often”

    4. the amniotic fluid surrounding a fetus in the womb, especially as discharged in a flow shortly before birth.

    “I think my waters have broken”

    5. the quality of transparency and brilliance shown by a diamond or other gem.
    6. Finance

    capital stock which represents a book value greater than the true assets of a company

    verb: water; 3rd person present: waters; past tense: watered; past participle: watered; gerund or present participle: watering

    1. pour or sprinkle water over (a plant or area) in order to encourage plant growth.

    “I went out to water the geraniums”
    synonyms: sprinkle, moisten, dampen, wet, spray, splash; soak, douse, souse, drench, saturate,
    flood, waterlog;
    hose (down), water down;
    “he told me to water the plants”
    antonyms: dry out, parch

  • give a drink of water to (an animal).
    “they stopped to water the horses”
  • take a fresh supply of water on board (a ship or steam train).
    “the ship was watered and fresh livestock taken aboard”
  • 2. (of a river) flow through (an area of land).

    “the valley is watered by the River Dee”

    3. Finance

    increase (a company’s debt, or nominal capital) by the issue of new shares without a corresponding addition to assets.

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