water


water
I
n.

1) to draw, run water (for a bath)

2) to add water

3) to drink; sip water

4) to pour; spill water

5) to splash; sprinkle; squirt water on

6) to boil, sterilize; chlorinate; distill; filter; fluoridate; purify; soften water

7) to drain water from

8) to pollute water

9) boiling; carbonated; clear; cold; contaminated, polluted; distilled; drinking, potable; fresh; hard; heavy; holy; hot; ice; mineral; murky; rain; rose; running; safe; salt; salty; sea; soda; soft; stagnant; tepid; warm water

10) water boils; evaporates; flows, pours, runs; freezes; leaks; oozes; rises; vaporizes

11) a body of water

12) by water (to travel by water)

13) under water (after the flood our basement was under water)

14) (misc.) to make/pass water ('to urinate'); to hold water ('to be valid') (your theory doesn't hold water); to tread water (when swimming); water under the bridge ('past events that are done with'); to pour cold water on ('to discourage'); to keep one's head above water ('to keep out of difficulty'); toilet water ('liquid used as a skin freshener')

II

v. (misc.) to make smb.'s mouth water ('to create a desire or appetite in smb.'); her mouth waters at the sight of popcorn

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['wɔːtə]
carbonated
chlorinate
clear
contaminated
distill
distilled
evaporates
flows
fluoridate
freezes
heavy
her mouth waters at the sight of popcorn
holy
leaks
mineral
murky
oozes
polluted
potable
pours
rises
runs
salty
sip water
soften water
spill water
sprinkle
squirt water on
stagnant
sterilize
tepid
vaporizes
warm water
toilet water ('liquid used as a skin freshener')
water under the bridge ('past events that are done with')
to pour cold water on ('to discourage')
to keep one's head above water ('to keep out of difficulty')
run water (for a bath)
to tread water (when swimming)
to hold water (your theory doesn't hold water; 'to be valid')
a body of water
boiling
to add water
to boil
to drain water from
to draw
to drink
to pollute water
to pour
to splash
water boils
(misc.) to make smb. 's mouth water ('to create a desire or appetite in smb. ')
(misc.) to make/pass water ('to urinate')
under water (after the flood our basement was under water)
by water (to travel by water)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

Synonyms:
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