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water table

noun

: the highest underground level at which the rocks and soil in a particular area are completely wet with water

Full Definition of WATER TABLE

1
:  a stringcourse or similar member when projecting so as to throw off water
2
:  the upper limit of the portion of the ground wholly saturated with water

Examples of WATER TABLE

  1. Heavy rainfall has caused the water table to rise.

First Known Use of WATER TABLE

15th century

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