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waterpower

noun wa·ter·pow·er \ˈw-tər-ˌpa(-ə)r, ˈwä-\

: the power that comes from moving water and that is used to run machinery or make electricity

Full Definition of WATERPOWER

1
:  the power of water employed to move machinery
2
:  a fall of water suitable for being used to move machinery

Examples of WATERPOWER

  1. Waterpower is a renewable source of energy.

First Known Use of WATERPOWER

1817
WATERPOWER Defined for Kids

waterpower

noun wa·ter·pow·er \ˈw-tər-ˌpa-ər, ˈwä-\

Definition of WATERPOWER for Kids

:  the power of moving water used to run machinery

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