Definición de watering place en inglés:

watering place

Saltos de línea: water|ing place

sustantivo

1A watering hole.
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  • They say that the site was probably a series of ponds used as a watering place by both Neanderthals and animals.
  • Environmental evidence suggests the site was once a series of ponds used as a watering place, although it is unclear whether the mammoths died of natural causes and were later scavenged, or were killed by Neanderthal hunters.
  • The only way to develop an understanding of natural watering places - and a respect for their dangers - is to experience them.
1.1A spa or seaside resort: people would go to fashionable watering places to drink the health-giving water
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  • Owing to the prosperity of the fishing business last season, and the notoriety which Cape Ann is gaining as a watering place, our little village has presented rather a thriving appearance this spring.
  • Though other sources of healing hot mineral springs have been known throughout the world, Spa is the eponymous ‘spa’, an extended use from these famed hot springs - the town was frequented as a watering place as early as the 14th Century.
  • If the other watering places along the coast don't wire away at once for a professor to come down and make similar discoveries on their shoreways and in their spas they may just as well put their shutters up, he added.

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