English version

watering place

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Geography, Tourism
watering placeˈwatering place noun [countable]  1 SGWATERa waterhole2 DLTa town which people visited in the past because they thought the water there was good for their health syn spa
Examples from the Corpus
watering placeThey even found them in Britain, and Bath remained a watering place for centuries.At the first watering place they jumped from the open wagons and rushed to douse their burning clothes.
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