Noun(1) a barrier constructed to contain the flow of water or to keep out the sea(2) a metric unit of length equal to ten meters(3) female parent of an animal especially domestic livestock
Verb(1) obstruct with, or as if with, a dam
(1) The next big project by the family was to build a dam to generate electricity to use to milk the cows and provide lighting for the house and sheds.(2) A plan was announced to dam the Whanganui River, an action that would submerge several cemeteries and sacred sites.(3) The guards had fallen back farther than he had hoped they would, and his rush from the chapel hadn't gotten here in time to dam the enemy up further back.(4) Partick thought they had scored, but it was declared offside and it was never going to spark a comeback or probably even dam the flood of Livingston attacks.(5) By enclosing poetic invention - that, like witchcraft, might transform heroes into swine - James attempted to dam Scottish culture.(6) Weaning BW is influenced by the growth potential of the sire and dam, the milk production of the dam , and the feed resources.(7) The ants are preparing, the birds are building their nests, and the beaver is constructing his dam .(8) An Indian Supreme Court judgement finally gave the project the go-ahead, allowing the height of the dam to be raised to a level that would finally allow water to flow down the irrigation canals.(9) They get into a mess trying to accommodate the ideal of sexual love that makes condoms questionable with the need to dam the flood of death.(10) The use of tooth isolation technique using rubber dam material makes the procedure even more fail-proof.(11) Emergency crews and dive teams are standing by, and authorities say that water levels behind the dam are dropping.(12) He squeezed his eyes shut, trying to dam the flow of tears.(13) the dam was full of water(14) Puppies can resemble the sire, the dam , or a combination of the parents or even a remote ancestor.(15) The debate is fundamentally an argument about the flow of immigrants and whether it behooves us to try and dam it off or absorb it.(16) We're hearing lots of discussion about plans to dam the inland rivers, to dam the Cooper Creek, for example.
(1) dental dam :: faatanoa vai o nifo
1. barrier ::
2. dyke ::
5. dam up ::
Different Formsdam, damian, damion, dams
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