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hot spring

n.
A natural spring producing warm water, usually at a temperature above that of the human body.

hot spring

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(Physical Geography) a natural spring of mineral water at a temperature of 21°C (70°F) or above, found in areas of volcanic activity. Also called: thermal spring

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a thermal spring having water warmer than 98°F (37°C).
[1660–70]

hot spring

A spring of warm water, usually having a temperature greater than that of the human body.
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Noun1.hot spring - a natural spring of water at a temperature of 70 F or abovehot spring - a natural spring of water at a temperature of 70 F or above
natural spring, outpouring, fountain, spring, outflow - a natural flow of ground water
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The water used for power generation can also be used for hot-spring baths.
Over 100 men, women and children visit to take bath in the hot spring to an average every day and the number rises on Sundays, said 23-year-old Khan Mohammed Baloch, who mans the ticket section outside the gate where the hot-spring is located a kilometer away from the main shrine of Manghopir.
Spa goers like the ones pictured are buried underneath this black volcanic sand and spend 20 minutes relaxing and sweating in their sand sauna before climbing out, rinsing off, and hopping into a hot-spring bath, or onsen, for more relaxation