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canal a man-made waterway for transportation or irrigation. [1/3 definitions]
channel a long, narrow, man-made trench or natural waterway for irrigation, boating, or fishing, or that connects two larger bodies of water. [1/8 definitions]
dike a ditch, or bank of earth dug from a ditch, as to channel irrigation. [1/6 definitions]
ditch a long narrow trench that provides a waterway for drainage or irrigation or a receptacle for something to be buried in, such as sewer pipes or electric power lines. [1/7 definitions]
dry farming a kind of farming practiced in arid regions without irrigation by growing drought-resistant crops or covering them with mulch or other substances to prevent the soil's moisture from evaporating.
float to cover with a liquid; flood, as for irrigation. [1/14 definitions]
noria a wheel fitted with buckets around the rim, used to lift water, as from a river to an irrigation ditch, esp. in Spain and the Orient.
riparian right the right of a person who owns riparian land to use and have access to the shore and water, as for fishing or irrigation.
Tennessee Valley Authority a U.S. federal corporation formed in 1933 to provide inexpensive electric power, flood control, and irrigation to the Tennessee Valley by developing the Tennessee River and creating dams, reservoirs, and the like.
TVA abbreviation of "Tennessee Valley Authority," a U.S. federal corporation formed in 1933 to provide inexpensive electric power, flood control, and irrigation to the Tennessee Valley by developing the Tennessee River and creating dams, reservoirs, and the like.