English version

water butt

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Gardening
water buttˈwater butt noun [countable] British English  DLGa large container that is kept outside and used for collecting rainwater
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water buttThen there's a water butt up by the back door; and some honeysuckle growing over the porch.With a water butt, the water is collected and can be used for gardens.They say there are schemes available that could be implemented, such as the simple water butt.After I fell in the water butt.Her next move was towards the water butt.He always used to tuck it underneath the water butt.The water butt juggles with raindrops.
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