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Noun
A body of water, typically manmade, especially one made for swimming in
“She ran upstairs, put on her bathing suit, and jumped into the pool to cool off.”
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A small area of still water, typically one formed naturally
“Looking down, Belloc found it lying in a shallow pool of water.”
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A shared supply of resources to be drawn on when needed
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“Such features are a step toward eliminating the need to physically map a database instance to a specific server and to treat each instance as a service within a pool of servers available.”
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A common fund into which all contributors pay and from which financial backing is provided
“In the first year, proposals from three colleges were funded through the pool managed by the Provost Office.”
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A group or collection of people or things
“Thus, in order to proceed further, a pool of lawyers must be established.”
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All the people employed by a particular organization
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“The pool of workers available is aging, leaving a very small pool to draw from.”
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Any society or organization that is formed from separate groups or bodies
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Exclusive control over the trade or production of a commodity or service through exclusive possession
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A depression in which water collects and where animals come to drink
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Any of a family of billiards games played on a specific class of billiards table, having six receptacles called pockets along the rails, in which balls are deposited as the main goal of play
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A large container for water, used for immersing and washing the body
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The act or process of combining two or more parts into a single unit
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A means of raising money by selling numbered tickets drawn at random for a prize
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A person employed in maintenance or operations
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To combine or share (resources or information) for the benefit of all involved
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“Operators would pool their resources and share costs in a bid to give a much-needed fillip to broadband.”
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To inform the authorities of someone's criminal activities or plans
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To cause two or more events to happen at the same time or rate
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To move among and engage with others at a social function
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