Definitions for rainwaterˈreɪnˌwɔ tər, -ˌwɒt ər
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drops of fresh water that fall as precipitation from clouds
Water (for a house etc) sourced from rain which has not joined a spring, stream or river, pond, lake or sea.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I use the rainwater for my garden.
I've been collecting water for a couple of years, i use the rainwater for my garden.
We have been traditionally dependent on the rainwater for our cultivation (for) generations, but now as the rainfall has become unpredictable, it is not possible.
We need to pump floodwater out of these ponds. Only then can we use them to store rainwater in the remaining monsoon period, if we cannot clean the ponds in time, the locals will face drinking water scarcity in the hot season.
The land on both sides is equally fertile, however we suffer as we don’t have any irrigation facilities there. This takes a major toll on our land on the other side of the border, we have been traditionally dependent on the rainwater for our cultivation (for) generations, but now as the rainfall has become unpredictable, it is not possible.
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