Definition of waterhole in English:

waterhole

Syllabification: wa·ter·hole
Pronunciation: /ˈwôdərˌhōl
 
, ˈwädərˌhōl
 
/

noun

A depression in which water collects, especially one from which animals regularly drink.
More example sentences
  • The Waterhole is an exhibition that teaches young children about the importance of waterholes to Australian native animals.
  • The Chichghat valley is a dense natural forest with ponds and waterholes, grasslands and meadows.
  • Baboons drink out of the waterholes in the spring where the Richardsons had set up their camp.

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