Noun(1) a large or extra supply of something(2) lake used to store water for community use(3) tank used for collecting and storing a liquid (as water or oil(4) anything (a person or animal or plant or substance
(1) Chemical compaction generally is detrimental to reservoir rock characteristics and/or petroleum production.(2) Asymptomatic young men are an important reservoir for infection and are less likely than women to be detected in the course of usual care.(3) Water from the reservoir has been supplying Castledermot for the past year, replacing the old groundwater sources which were no longer adequate or reliable for their purpose.(4) if all three colours overlap then a black dot is printed from the black ink reservoir(5) The department added that there are safety mechanisms in place whereby if a sample tested exceeds the safety standard, the water supply from the reservoir can be cut off.(6) Michael will always be remembered for his wit, his sense of fun and his great reservoir of information about all things regarding the Stephenites.(7) tapping into a universal reservoir of information(8) And the reason that there was a reservoir of surplus capacity was that consumer demand was extremely depressed.(9) Do they act as a reservoir of near-professional talent to plug injury gaps?(10) Water supplies from the reservoir were cut off, pending tests for contamination.(11) Shigellosis is a highly contagious disease caused by Shigella spp. and humans are the principal reservoir of infection.(12) Cats are the main reservoir of Bartonella infection in humans, although other mammals may be infected.(13) The low water contents strongly suggest that the erupted tephras were derived from a shallow magma reservoir or reservoirs.(14) Stock analysts often point to the $2.1 trillion in money funds as a reservoir of buying power for the stock market.(15) A water firm has been granted permission to pump water from the Lake District into a reservoir in case of drought.(16) This reservoir of anonymous accounts and bogus banks is accessed by institutions for both genuine and illicit purposes.
(1) water reservoir :: 水溜り
1. pool ::
2. receptacle ::
3. stock ::
4. source ::
5. artificial lake ::
Different Formsreservoir, reservoirs
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