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Found 3 items, similar to Pools.
English → Indonesian (quick) Definition: pool kolam
English → English (WordNet) Definition: pool pool v 1: combine into a common fund; “We pooled resources” 2: join or form a pool of people pool n 1: an excavation that is (usually) filled with water 2: a small lake; “the pond was too small for sailing” [syn: pond] 3: an organization of people or resources that can be shared; “a car pool”; “a secretarial pool”; “when he was first hired he was assigned to the pool” 4: an association of companies for some definite purpose [syn: consortium, syndicate] 5: any communal combination of funds; “everyone contributed to the pool” 6: a small body of standing water (rainwater) or other liquid; “there were puddles of muddy water in the road after the rain”; “the body lay in a pool of blood” [syn: puddle] 7: the combined stakes of the betters [syn: kitty] 8: something resembling a pool of liquid; “he stood in a pool of light”; “his chair sat in a puddle of books and magazines” [syn: puddle] 9: any of various games played on a pool table having 6 pockets [syn: pocket billiards]
English → English (gcide) Definition: Pool Pool \Pool\, n. [AS. p[=o]l; akin to LG. pool, pohl, D. poel, G. pfuhl; cf. Icel. pollr, also W. pwll, Gael. poll.] 1. A small and rather deep collection of (usually) fresh water, as one supplied by a spring, or occurring in the course of a stream; a reservoir for water; as, the pools of Solomon. --Wyclif. [1913 Webster] Charity will hardly water the ground where it must first fill a pool. --Bacon. [1913 Webster] The sleepy pool above the dam. --Tennyson. [1913 Webster] 2. A small body of standing or stagnant water; a puddle. “The filthy mantled pool beyond your cell.” --Shak. [1913 Webster] Pool \Pool\, n. [F. poule, properly, a hen. See Pullet.] [Written also poule.] 1. The stake played for in certain games of cards, billiards, etc.; an aggregated stake to which each player has contributed a snare; also, the receptacle for the stakes. [1913 Webster] 2. A game at billiards, in which each of the players stakes a certain sum, the winner taking the whole; also, in public billiard rooms, a game in which the loser pays the entrance fee for all who engage in the game; a game of skill in pocketing the balls on a pool table. [1913 Webster] Note: This game is played variously, but commonly with fifteen balls, besides one cue ball, the contest being to drive the most balls into the pockets. [1913 Webster] He plays pool at the billiard houses. --Thackeray. [1913 Webster] 3. In rifle shooting, a contest in which each competitor pays a certain sum for every shot he makes, the net proceeds being divided among the winners. [1913 Webster] 4. Any gambling or commercial venture in which several persons join. [1913 Webster] 5. A combination of persons contributing money to be used for the purpose of increasing or depressing the market price of stocks, grain, or other commodities; also, the aggregate of the sums so contributed; as, the pool took all the wheat offered below the limit; he put $10,000 into the pool. [1913 Webster] 6. (Railroads) A mutual arrangement between competing lines, by which the receipts of all are aggregated, and then distributed pro rata according to agreement. [1913 Webster] 7. (Law) An aggregation of properties or rights, belonging to different people in a community, in a common fund, to be charged with common liabilities. [1913 Webster] Pin pool, a variety of the game of billiards in which small wooden pins are set up to be knocked down by the balls. Pool ball, one of the colored ivory balls used in playing the game at billiards called pool. Pool snipe (Zo["o]l.), the European redshank. [Prov. Eng.] Pool table, a billiard table with pockets. [1913 Webster] Pool \Pool\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Pooled; p. pr. & vb. n. Pooling.] To put together; to contribute to a common fund, on the basis of a mutual division of profits or losses; to make a common interest of; as, the companies pooled their traffic. [1913 Webster] Finally, it favors the poolingof all issues. --U. S. Grant. [1913 Webster] Pool \Pool\, v. i. To combine or contribute with others, as for a commercial, speculative, or gambling transaction. [1913 Webster]


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