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Definition of 'puddle'

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Massage the salt, lemon juice and oil into the skin, making sure there are no puddles of oil left on top. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Massage the salt, lemon juice and oil into the skin, making sure there are no puddles of oil left on top. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There were oil puddles and sawdust on the floor. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There was a big puddle of blood. The Sun (2011)He may well have hidden depths or be as shallow as a puddle. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They pause in front of a large puddle. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And he insisted the course was unplayable as huge puddles formed after a heavy downpour. The Sun (2014)Just many puddles of oil on your garage floor. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Likes eating cake as well as jumping in muddy puddles with her brother. The Sun (2013)But more than a shallow puddle could risk damaging the electrics. The Sun (2015)That queasy feeling when you are gliding on a large puddle is usually a momentary problem. The Sun (2011)Heat a good puddle of oil in a frying pan. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It is not just that jumping in muddy puddles is good for the soul. Times, Sunday Times (2012)When the pan is hot, pour in a small puddle of batter. Times, Sunday Times (2009)When you go for a stroll, do you jump over really big puddles to impress people? The Sun (2012)Outside, the rain has made small puddles. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Just don't go jumping in any big puddles. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Really, the man was as shallow as a puddle. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In the rainy season, daily downpours turn the potholes into puddles as big as ponds. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I pointed out the hidden hazards that lie in large puddles and the fact he could have lost control. The Sun (2014)Q The ground is clay and as a result in some parts of the garden we get huge puddles. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Drizzle a little of the'blood' syrup into each ghost mouth and serve in a small puddle of the reduced apple juice. The Sun (2012)While drawing gasps of astonishment from residents, the snowflakes failed to make an impact on the ground, where they melted into large grey puddles. Times, Sunday Times (2008)

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Translations for 'puddle'

British English: puddle /ˈpʌdl/ NOUN
A puddle is a small shallow pool of rain or other liquid on the ground.
The road was shiny with puddles.
  • American English: puddle
  • Arabic: بِرْكَة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: poça
  • Chinese: 水坑
  • Croatian: lokva
  • Czech: kaluž
  • Danish: pyt
  • Dutch: plas poel
  • European Spanish: charco
  • Finnish: lätäkkö
  • French: flaque
  • German: Pfütze
  • Greek: νερόλακκος
  • Italian: pozzanghera
  • Japanese: 水たまり
  • Korean: 물웅덩이
  • Norwegian: pytt
  • Polish: kałuża
  • European Portuguese: poça
  • Romanian: baltă
  • Russian: лужа
  • Latin American Spanish: charco
  • Swedish: pöl
  • Thai: หลุมบ่อ
  • Turkish: su birikintisi
  • Ukrainian: калюжа
  • Vietnamese: vũng nước

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