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dam1 US English

A barrier constructed to hold back water and raise its level, the resulting reservoir being used in the generation of electricity or as a water supply

dam2 US English

The female parent of an animal, especially a domestic mammal

dam3 US English

Decameter(s)

decameter US English

A metric unit of length, equal to 10 meters

dam in decameter US English

A metric unit of length, equal to 10 meters

air dam US English

A streamlining device below the front bumper of a vehicle; a front spoiler

wing dam US English

A dam or barrier built into a stream to deflect the current

dental dam US English

A thin sheet of latex used by dentists to isolate a tooth being worked on, or as a prophylactic device during cunnilingus and anilingus

Kariba Dam US English

A concrete arch dam on the Zambezi River on the Zambia-Zimbabwe border, 240 miles (385 km) downstream from Victoria Falls. Built in 1955–59, it created Lake Kariba and provided a bridge over the river between Zambia and Zimbabwe

Bonneville Dam US English

Hydroelectric dam built in the 1930s on the Columbia River, east of Portland in Oregon

Grand Coulee Dam US English

A dam on the Columbia River in east central Washington, completed in 1942

water under the bridge in water US English

Used to refer to events or situations that are in the past and consequently no longer to be regarded as important or as a source of concern

grandam US English

archaic term for grandmother.

milldam US English

A dam built across a stream to raise the level of the water so that it will turn the wheel of a water mill

cofferdam US English

A watertight enclosure pumped dry to permit construction work below the waterline, as when building bridges or repairing a ship

water under the bridge US English

Used to refer to events or situations that are in the past and consequently no longer to be regarded as important or as a source of concern

dam US Thesaurus

the dam burst

dam English-Spanish

dique m, presa f, represa fAmS

dam-fool English-Spanish

estúpido

dam up English-Spanish

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