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water mill

Translation of water mill in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Today some 350 watermills and windmills take part in the open weekend.
    • Wichamstow is just one of the more than 3,000 estates in Anglo-Saxon England with a watermill (many of these estates have more than one mill).
    • Ana and Nick restored the watermill at Little Salkeld in 1975, and have been milling the finest organic and biodynamic British grains ever since.

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