Noun(1) natural or artificial channel through which water flows(2) a natural body of running water flowing on or under the earth(3) a conduit through which water flows
(1) Never introduce any sort of pond plant into a stream or other natural watercourse .(2) Clutching the new map, Alexander and I drove south again and closed in on Geyser Spring, eventually striding up a babbling watercourse to the point where it burst fully formed from the ground - cold.(3) a dry watercourse(4) A linked watercourse is planned, with cascades, ponds and rills.(5) One of the best, but also the slowest, method is to fill the finished watercourse or pond with water and leave over winter.(6) It is an artificial watercourse of great antiquity.(7) The original watercourse was blocked by the scree slope we had just climbed over, and now the water disappeared into a scary narrow fissure.(8) When water from a nearby active stream flooded into the dry watercourse , the nests and eggs, like those on the flats, were inundated with mud.(9) Yet at the very end of the reign, the monks of Athelney Abbey, in Somerset, considered it necessary to obtain the king's permission to divert an ancient way in order to make a watercourse through the moor near their monastery.(10) Options are limited because we are in the upper reaches of a river that has a narrow watercourse through an historic town.(11) The area where they are located is precarious because the ravine is a main watercourse .(12) Near the railway line was something called the ‘New River Path’, a walking track running beside a watercourse .(13) It should never be spread close to a watercourse , and tanks should never be cleaned beside a stream or river.(14) In far more recent times, pilgrims, Silk Route traders and imperial invaders followed these watercourses through the mountains, balancing on paths that clung like spiderwebs to the valley walls.(15) The flood-plain reveals diverse patterns of watercourses , trees, hedgerows, and fields.(16) Initially, this transformed Babylonia into an area where numerous watercourses divided significant patches of arable land, making it nearly ideal for practicing the sort of farming that had already been developed in nearby regions.
(1) watercourse :: 運河
1. stream ::
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