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backwater a pool of water that a dam, current, flood, or the like prevents from flowing. [1/2 definitions]
billabong in Australia, a pool formed by a backwater channel of a stream.
carom in pool or billiards, a shot in which the player's ball strikes two other balls in succession. [2/4 definitions]
cue2 a long stick, narrow at the tip, that is used by pool and billiards players to hit the ball. [2/4 definitions]
cue ball the solid white ball set in motion by the cue in pool and billiards.
eight ball a black ball with the number eight on it used in playing pool. [2 definitions]
hole a small deep pool in a stream. [1/9 definitions]
IMF abbreviation of "International Monetary Fund," an agency of the United Nations that promotes the stabilization of the world's currencies and maintains a monetary pool from which member nations can draw.
International Monetary Fund an agency of the United Nations that promotes the stabilization of the world's currencies and maintains a monetary pool from which member nations can draw.
lagoon a man-made pool, as for sewage or wastewater treatment. [1/3 definitions]
locker room a room containing lockers for storing clothes and equipment and often used for changing clothes, as at a gymnasium or pool.
mirror any surface that reflects images, such as that of a calm pool or pond. [1/5 definitions]
natatorium a swimming pool and accompanying facilities, usu. indoors.
pocket billiards any of several versions of billiards or pool played on a six-pocket table with a cue ball and fifteen numbered balls.
pool1 to collect into a pool of liquid. [1/4 definitions]
pool2 to join or create a pool or other shared endeavor. [1/7 definitions]
poolroom a commercial establishment for the playing of pool or billiards.
pool table a billiard table with a pocket at each corner and at the middle of both long sides, on which pool is played.
puddle a small, shallow pool of water, esp. rainwater. [2/6 definitions]
rack1 in the game of pool or billiards, a triangular frame used to position the balls, or the balls themselves after being placed in such a position. [2/9 definitions]
roof garden the roof or top floor, esp. of a hotel or office building, designed around a garden, restaurant, swimming pool, or the like. [1/2 definitions]