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swimming pool

n.
A structure, often a concrete-lined excavation of rectangular shape, that is filled with water and used for swimming.

swimming pool

n
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) an artificial pool for swimming

swim′ming pool`


n.
a tank or large artificial basin, as of concrete, for filling with water for swimming.
[1895–1900]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.swimming pool - pool that provides a facility for swimmingswimming pool - pool that provides a facility for swimming; "`swimming bath' is a British term"
athletic facility - a facility for athletic events
lido - a recreational facility including a swimming pool for water sports
pool - an excavation that is (usually) filled with water

swimming pool

noun swimming baths, pool, baths, lido They had been drinking water from the swimming pool.
Translations
bazén
swimmingpool
uima-allasallas
בריכת שחייה
bazen
uszodaúszómedence
sundlaug
スイミングプール
수영장
plavalni bazen
simbassäng
สระว่ายน้ำ
bể bơi

swimming pool

npiscina

swimming pool

حَمَّامُ سِبَاحَة bazén swimmingpool Schwimmbecken πισίνα piscina uima-allas piscine bazen piscina スイミングプール 수영장 zwembad svømmebasseng pływalnia piscina бассейн simbassäng สระว่ายน้ำ yüzme havuzu bể bơi 游泳池
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One of the improvements they made to the house after purchasing it was to install a natural swimming pond in the garden.
With a large natural swimming pond and writers' retreat, it features a two-storey, oak-framed building inspired by the writing room of poet Vita Sackville-West at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent, a swimming pond edged with water-loving plants, a woodland of river birches, acacias and acers, and a garden with tumbling roses and peonies in a palette of greens, punctuated by soft pinks, lavender blues and creams, and a touch of orange.
There's likely to be a lot of interest in Jo Thompson's M&G Retreat Garden, based on a sylvan retreat, with a large natural swimming pond and writers' retreat.
It features a two-storey oak framed building inspired by the writing room of poet Vita Sackville-West at Sissinghurst Castle, a swimming pond edged with water-loving plants, a woodland of river birches, acacias and acers, and a garden with tumbling roses and peonies in a palette of greens, punctuated by soft pinks, lavender blues and creams, with a touch of orange.
It was, after all, Peter Petrich, founder of BIOTOP, who first had the idea to design a swimming pond in the garden and to market it commercially.