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catchment area

Saltos de línea: catch|ment area
Pronunciación: /ˈkatʃməntɛəriə
 
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Definición de catchment area en inglés:

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1The area from which a hospital’s patients or school’s pupils are drawn: she lives outside the school’s catchment area
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • She said one third of pupils in her school's catchment area went to other schools, a scenario which is likely to worsen in the future.
  • He said that as many as a dozen pupils live within the catchment area, but travel to the neighbouring primary school.
  • The Minister acknowledged the need to provide additional accommodation for older people at the District Hospital to serve the catchment area.
2The area from which rainfall flows into a river, lake, or reservoir: the reservoir and its catchment area of heather moorland
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The scheme is aimed at enhancing rivers and lakes in the Mayo catchment area.
  • Contrary to heavy rainfall in the plains, there seems to be less rainfall in the catchment area of the Gobind Sagar reservoir in Himachal Pradesh.
  • The lake overflowed as the catchment area of the lake has been receiving heavy rain for the last one week.

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