water tower

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A water tower.

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water tower (plural water towers)

  1. A large tank of water, in an elevated position, acting as a local reservoir; water is pumped into the tank and fed by gravity to the consumers.
  2. (archaic) A large metal pipe made to be extended vertically by sections, and used for discharging water upon burning buildings.

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