Definition of 'pond'
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Fish in garden ponds are also at risk. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One day we were so muddy that we decided we'd throw ourselves in the duck pond. Times, Sunday Times (2016)For those people it might have been better to have gone to a different university and been a bigger fish in a smaller pond. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Maybe they're big fish in a small pond and that's the way they like it. The Sun (2016)It was evident she viewed this as a minor ripple on the big pond of life. Christianity Today (2000)The lane crosses a pond and the bridge has been damaged. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The main threat to fish in lakes and ponds is going to be oxygen starvation. Times, Sunday Times (2011)In the end they had to be caught and taken to a larger pond. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They have a garden and live near a duck pond where people walk dogs. The Sun (2011)Not so much a big fish in a small pond as a whale in a puddle. Times, Sunday Times (2008)This may not be the intention on either side of the pond. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The many pools and ponds are reminders of the original course of the river. Times, Sunday Times (2015)How long will it be before the ads cross the pond? Times, Sunday Times (2007)He had a large pond in the back. The Sun (2010)The sheltered garden has a large duck pond. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Is he resigned to remaining the biggest fish in a relatively small pond? Times, Sunday Times (2007)The evidence from both sides of the pond points to quite the opposite. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Cut into the patio is a large pond to reflect yet more light back into the building. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Big fish in a small pond or small fish in a big pond? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Your choice of marginal plants will depend on what style you want and how big your pond is. Times, Sunday Times (2016)These plans are being used to lay out the new rose garden and a pond by the main lawn. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Let those folk with fish farms, lakes and ponds erect some fencing. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You can fill ponds, paddling pools and swimming pools. The Sun (2010)We're still a small fish in a big pond. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Best news of all is that there's no rush to cross the pond. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Is it possible to avoid lakes and ponds until she's a little older? Times, Sunday Times (2006)I particularly like the suggestion of using it to line a garden pond. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'pond'
British English: pond /pɒnd/ NOUN
A pond is a small, usually man-made, area of water.
...a garden pond.
- American English: pond
- Arabic: بِرْكَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: lago
- Chinese: 池塘
- Croatian: ribnjak
- Czech: rybník
- Danish: dam
- Dutch: vijver
- European Spanish: estanque
- Finnish: lampi
- French: mare
- German: Teich
- Greek: λιμνούλα
- Italian: stagno
- Japanese: 池
- Korean: 연못
- Norwegian: tjern
- Polish: staw sadzawka
- European Portuguese: lago
- Romanian: iaz
- Russian: пруд
- Spanish: estanque
- Swedish: damm
- Thai: สระน้ำ
- Turkish: gölcük
- Ukrainian: ставок
- Vietnamese: ao
Definition of pond from the Collins English Dictionary
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