Definition of 'fountain'
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The show also features the dancing fountains next door. The Sun (2016)In Rome, schoolchildren slid across iced pools in baroque fountains. Times, Sunday Times (2017)This makes them almost impossible to complete using a fountain pen. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Maybe he had just lost his fountain pen or something. The Sun (2009)And it records the moment his life was miraculously saved by his own fountain pen. The Sun (2010)There is also a lake and fountain. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There is a small lake enlivened by fountains. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They include cool pools and refreshing fountains while exotic trees provide welcome shade. Collins Traveller - MallorcaOh dear, has my fountain pen exploded in my pocket again? Times, Sunday Times (2015)For fountain pen ink, take care not to spread the stain. Collins Complete Books of Soft Furnishings (1993)A mechanical watch is like a fountain pen. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The lavish family home was a 17th century manor with a 300ft fountain the key feature in its vast grounds. The Sun (2015)I don't like shopping Email or fountain pen? Times, Sunday Times (2014)He does most of his writing standing up at a tall wooden desk, using a fountain pen that he has owned for 30 years. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'fountain'
British English: fountain /ˈfaʊntɪn/ NOUN
A fountain is an ornamental feature in a pool which consists of a jet of water that is forced up into the air by a pump.
- American English: fountain
- Arabic: نافُورَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: fonte de água
- Chinese: 喷泉
- Croatian: fontana
- Czech: fontána
- Danish: fontæne
- Dutch: fontein
- European Spanish: fuente
- Finnish: suihkulähde
- French: fontaine
- German: Springbrunnen
- Greek: σιντριβάνι
- Italian: fontana
- Japanese: 噴水
- Korean: 분수 물
- Norwegian: fontene
- Polish: fontanna
- European Portuguese: fonte
- Romanian: fântână
- Russian: фонтан
- Spanish: fuente
- Swedish: fontän
- Thai: น้ำพุ
- Turkish: çeşme
- Ukrainian: фонтан
- Vietnamese: tháp nước
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