get+water

  • 1get water from a flint — do something which is impossible …

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  • 2Water supply — is the process of self provision or provision by third parties of water of various qualities to different users. Irrigation is covered separately. Global access to waterIn 2004 about 3.5 billion people worldwide (54% of the global population) had …

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  • 3Water supply and sanitation in the United States — is provided by towns and cities, public utilities that span several jurisdictions and rural cooperatives. About 15 million Americans are served by their own wells. Public water supply and sanitation systems are regulated by state level regulatory …

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  • 4Water well — Village pump redirects here. For information on Wikipedia project related discussions see Wikipedia:Village pump. Water well at the Wald monastery in Germany. A water well is an excavation or structure created in the ground by digging, driving,… …

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  • 5water — I. v. a. 1. Irrigate, moisten, wet. 2. Supply with water (for drink), furnish with water, give water to. 3. Sprinkle and calender (as cloth, to give it an undulating or wavy appearance). II. v. n. 1. Shed water. 2 …

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  • 6water break — noun A rest period during the business day (usually of about 10 or 15 minutes). So named because it is an opportunity to get water. See Also: coffee break, urinary break …

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  • 7get — [ get ] (past tense got [ gat ] ; past participle gotten [ gatn ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 obtain/receive ▸ 2 become/start to be ▸ 3 do something/have something done ▸ 4 move to/from ▸ 5 progress in activity ▸ 6 fit/put something in a place ▸ 7 understand… …

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  • 8Water polo — is a team water sport. A team consists of six field players and one goalkeeper. The winner of the game is the team that scores more goals. Gameplay involves swimming, players passing the ball while being defended by opponents, and scoring by… …

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  • 9Water fight — Water warfare redirects here. For armed conflict over water resources, see water war. A water fight is a type of mock combat using various water dispensing devices to soak opponents. Everything from buckets to balloons to water guns and even… …

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  • 10Water supply and sanitation in Ireland — Water supply and sanitation services in Ireland, in contrast to most countries in the world, are provided free of charge to domestic users since 1997. Only non domestic users are billed for these services. The bulk of the costs of service… …

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  • 11Water (obstacle) — Water is often used in equestrian events as an obstacle for jumping, most notably in the cross country phase of eventing, as well as in show jumping. Water in EventingWater is seen on the cross country course of an equestrian competitive event.… …

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  • 12get someone into hot water — get (someone) into hot water be in hot water if someone is in hot water, people are angry with them and they are likely to be punished. You ll get into hot water if your teacher finds out …

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  • 13get into hot water — get (someone) into hot water be in hot water if someone is in hot water, people are angry with them and they are likely to be punished. You ll get into hot water if your teacher finds out …

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  • 14get — /get/ verb past tense got, past participle got especially BrE gotten especially AmE present participle getting RECEIVE/OBTAIN 1 RECEIVE (transitive not in passive) to be given or receive something: Sharon always seems to get loads of mail. | Why… …

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  • 15get*/*/*/ — [get] (past tense got [gɒt] ; past participle got) verb 1) [T] to obtain, receive, or be given something Ross s father got a new job.[/ex] Did you get tickets for the game?[/ex] You get ten points for each correct answer.[/ex] Young players will… …

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  • 16Water supply and sanitation in Honduras — Water supply systems which use gravity correspond to 93% of all constructed systems. Mixed and pump using systems correspond to 4.5%. The scattered rural population intensely depends on about 15,000 dug wells. [… …

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