Hold back or dam up (flowing water or another liquid) to form a small lake
(of flowing water or other liquids) Form such a lake
where a path goes down into a dip, you'll have to ensure that ponding doesn't occur
A small body of still water formed naturally or by hollowing or embanking
The Atlantic ocean
he's relatively unknown on this side of the pond
a small lake; "the pond was too small for sailing"
A pond is a body of standing water, either natural or man-made, that is usually smaller than a lake. ...
Pond was a grunge band from Portland, Oregon. They formed in 1991 and broke up in 1998. They were signed to Sub Pop (first two albums) and the Work Records sub-label of Sony Records (last album).
The Pond was a currency unit issued in the Orange Free State, and the South African Republic. It was prepared for, but not issued, in New Griqualand.
A kilogram-force (kgf), or kilopond (kp), is a unit of force equal to the magnitude of the force exerted on one kilogram of mass by a gravitational field (standard gravity, a conventional value approximating the average magnitude of gravity on Earth). ...
The Pond was a small, secret organization formed by the government of the United States of America which operated between 1942 and 1955. It engaged in espionage. Its existence has only recently been acknowledged.
(The Ponds) In autumn, Thoreau discusses the countryside and writes down his observations about the geography of Walden Pond and its neighbors: Flint's Pond (or Sandy Pond), White Pond, and Goose Pond. ...
a roof surface that is incompletely drained.
A small lake. Water impounded by a diversion dam.
A body of open water from 0.5 to 20 acres in area and at least 6.6 ft deep at low water.
a still body of water smaller than a lake where mixing of nutrients and water occurs primarily through the action of wind (as opposed to turnover).
The fountain outside of Foley. It is an LMU tradition to throw a friend in the Pond on their birthday.
as in holding pond, detention pond, retention pond, dry pond:: A depression that holds water, often temporarily to reduce flooding or let pollutants settle out or adhere. A “wet pond” is wet all or most of the time; a “dry pond” is wet only occasionally.
Environment, such as a pond, vat or tank.
[8.7] The most common 8 bit stable object.
A still, freshwater body that is smaller than a lake and often manmade. A pond can provide water for livestock, fish and wildlife, recreation, fire control, crop and orchard watering, and other related uses. As used in this chapter, pond does not include embankment reservoirs.
The place where a Beaver Colony meets. The 433rd Beaver Colony meets at St. Luke’s United Church, which is our Pond.
definition - a live water feature. The dictionary defines a pond as a body of water smaller than a lake. The National Association of Pond Professionals (NAPP) defines a pond as a bio-active or live water feature.
To see a pond in your dream, denotes that events will bring no emotion, and fortune will retain a placid outlook. If the pond is muddy, you will have domestic quarrels. See Water Puddle and Kindred words
a relatively small body of standing, fresh water; usually shallow enough for sunlight to reach the bed
A habitat that is a large place filled with water, where frogs and fish live. (TG)
We initially planned a wetpond to handle both stormwater falling on our property and flood water that flows across the green space. The city never said ‘no,’ but kept asking for more studies and reports. ...
a naturally or artificially created body of deep (generally greater than 6.6 feet) open water, under 20 acres, that persists throughout the year and meets the definitional criteria for a deepwater habitat. Farm ponds are excluded from this definition.