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vodovod [ muški rod ]

Sistem za snabdevanje vodom.

aqueduct [ imenica ]
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ETYM French aqueduc, Old Fren. aqueduct (Cotgr.), from Latin aquaeductus; aquae, gen. of aqua water + ductus a leading, ducere to lead. Related to Aqua, Duke.
Channel carrying water, especially in shape of bridge.
Any artificial channel or conduit for water, often an elevated structure of stone, wood, or iron built for conducting water across a valley. The Greeks built a tunnel 1,2m/4,2ft long near Athens, 2,5years ago. Many Roman aqueducts are still standing, for example the one at Nîmes in S France, built about AD (which is m/1ft high).
The largest Roman aqueduct is that at Carthage in Tunisia, which is 1km/mi long and was built during the reign of Publius Aelius Hadrianus between AD 1and 13A recent aqueduct is the California State Water Project taking water from Lake Oroville in the north, through two power plants and across the Tehachapi mountains, more than 1km/1mi to S California.
Resembles a bridge but carries water over a valley.

conduit [ imenica ]
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ETYM French, from Late Lat. conductus escort, conduit. Related to Conduct.
A passage for water (or other fluids); SYN. channel.

plumbing [ imenica ]
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The apparatus of pipes and fixtures for the distribution of water or gas in a building and for the disposal of sewage; SYN. plumbing system.
The occupation of a plumber (installing and repairing pipes and fixtures for water or gas or sewage in a building); SYN. plumbery.

water supply [ imenica ]
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Distribution of water for domestic, municipal, or industrial consumption. Water supply in sparsely populated regions usually comes from underground water rising to the surface in natural springs, supplemented by pumps and wells. Urban sources are deep artesian wells, rivers, and reservoirs, usually formed from enlarged lakes or dammed and flooded valleys, from which water is conveyed by pipes, conduits, and aqueducts to filter beds. As water seeps through layers of shingle, gravel, and sand, harmful organisms are removed and the water is then distributed by pumping or gravitation through mains and pipes. Often other substances are added to the water, such as chlorine and fluorine; aluminum sulfate, a clarifying agent, is the most widely used chemical in water treatment. In towns, domestic and municipal (road washing, sewage) needs account for about 1l/gal per head each day. In coastal desert areas, such as the Arabian peninsula, desalination plants remove salt from sea water. The Earth's waters, both fr
Esh and saline, have been polluted by industrial and domestic chemicals, some of which are toxic and others radioactive.
In 19the un launched the “Drinking Water Decade”, aiming for cleaner water for all by 199However, in 19it is estimated that approximately half of all people in the developing world do not have safe drinking water.
In 19the town of Cgungungo in the Atacama desert began using a system to convert water from fog as a public water supply. The system supplies 11,0l/2,4gal of water per day.

waterworks [ N/A ]
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Stores and purifies and distributes water for a community.



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