Definition of water butt in English:

water butt

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  • A large barrel used for catching and storing rainwater.
    More example sentences
    • Invest in a water butt to collect rainwater for use in the garden.
    • I also emptied the bucket catching the drips from the new water butt onto the tomatoes, which were badly in need of watering.
    • Thames Water is urging residents to make the most of April's heavy showers by installing a water butt in the garden in readiness for summer dry spells.

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