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water in Drink topic

waterwater2 ●●○ verb  1 plant/land [transitive]TAWATER if you water plants or the ground they are growing in, you pour water on them Will you water my houseplants while I’m away? The garden needs watering daily.2 your eyes water3 animal [transitive]TADHP to give an animal water to drink Have the horses been fed and watered?4 river [transitive] technicalSGWATER if an area is watered by a river, the river flows through it and provides it with water Colombia is watered by several rivers. Grammar Water is usually passive in this meaning.5 weaken [transitive] (also water down)DFDWATER to add water to a drink to make it less strong water something ↔ down→ See Verb table
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waterChopping onions always makes my eyes water.After a tour of the facilities, our guests were fed and watered.The plain is watered by the Tigris and Euphrates rivers.Would you mind watering my plants while I'm away?Could you water my plants while I'm gone?Many farmers use low-flying aircraft to water their crops.During the drought, residents were barred from watering their gardens, or washing their cars.Make sure you water this summer.Cory Selliker, his eyes watering under the brim of his black Earnhardt cap, heard Marchman's advice to let go.