waterhole

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From water + hole

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waterhole (plural waterholes)

  1. A depression in which water collects, especially one where wild animals come to drink.
  2. (astronomy) A part of the electromagnetic spectrum, between the regions where hydrogen and hydroxyl radiate, that is relatively quiet in terms of radio astronomy.

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