Definition of waterbody in English:


Syllabification: wa·ter·bod·y
Pronunciation: /ˈwôtərˌbädē, ˈwä-

noun (plural waterbodies)

A body of water forming a physiographical feature, for example a sea or a reservoir.
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  • Predator and prey species co-occur in brackish waterbodies close to the Mediterranean coast of Spain.
  • The Government should, therefore, take stringent steps, including enactment of law, to check reclamation of lakes and other waterbodies.
  • But lakes and other waterbodies are fast disappearing.

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