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fish·pond

 (fĭsh′pŏnd′)
n.
A pond containing or stocked with fish.
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fish•pond

(ˈfɪʃˌpɒnd)

n.
a small pond containing fish.
[1250–1300]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fishpond - a freshwater pond with fish
pond, pool - a small lake; "the pond was too small for sailing"
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Translations

fishpond

[ˈfɪʃpɒnd] Nestanque m (de peces)
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fishpond

[ˈfɪʃˌpɒnd] n (in garden) → vasca per i pesci
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They told me there were fountains and fishponds in the garden, all paved on the bottom and sides with the same; and fine statues set up in rows on the walks, entirely formed of the porcelain earth, burnt whole.
Let us say here that a prince's apartment was then composed of never less than eleven large rooms, from the chamber of state to the oratory, not to mention the galleries, baths, vapor-baths, and other "superfluous places," with which each apartment was provided; not to mention the private gardens for each of the king's guests; not to mention the kitchens, the cellars, the domestic offices, the general refectories of the house, the poultry-yards, where there were twenty-two general laboratories, from the bakehouses to the wine-cellars; games of a thousand sorts, malls, tennis, and riding at the ring; aviaries, fishponds, menageries, stables, barns, libraries, arsenals and foundries.
The cold repast was over, and the party were to go out once more to see what had not yet been seen, the old Abbey fishponds; perhaps get as far as the clover, which was to be begun cutting on the morrow, or, at any rate, have the pleasure of being hot, and growing cool again.Mr.
Then said Lina: 'Fundevogel, never leave me, and I will never leave you.' Then said Fundevogel: 'Neither now, nor ever.' Said Lina: 'Be a fishpond, and I will be the duck upon it.' The cook, however, came up to them, and when she saw the pond she lay down by it, and was about to drink it up.
A large circular fishpond with stone sides, and an allegorical leaden monster in the middle, occupies the centre of the square.
Fishponds in the Philippines are predominantly used for the culture of milkfish or Chanos chanos.
City agriculturist Emma Molina said in an interview on Wednesday that 978 fishponds in the city were affected, of which more or less 400 were severely affected.
Cleveland Fire Brigade was called to Fishponds, close to Yarm High Street, to reports of a fire in a bedroom.
Olive Cooke, 92, from Fishponds in Bristol, was found in the Avon Gorge in Bristol on May 6, two days before the anniversary of VE Day.
The present study was carried out to evaluate the phytoplankton community and water quality in four parallel fishponds (FP1 to FP4) during one year.
Animals that usually drink whilst they are outside, such as cats who drink from fishponds, will need to have an alternative source of water until the ice melts.