borehole


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bore·hole

 (bôr′hōl′)
n.
A hole that is drilled into the earth, as in exploratory well drilling or in building construction.

borehole

(ˈbɔːˌhəʊl)
n
a hole driven into the ground to obtain geological information, release water, etc

bore•hole

(ˈbɔrˌhoʊl, ˈboʊr-)

n.
a hole drilled in the earth, as for the purpose of extracting a core or releasing gas.
[1700–10]
Translations
حُفْرَةٌ مَحْفوره
vrtvyvrtaná díra
borehul
furat
borhola
vrt
kuyusondaj deliği

borehole

[ˈbɔːhəʊl] Nperforación f

borehole

[ˈbɔːrhəʊl] ntrou m de sonde

borehole

nBohrloch nt

borehole

[ˈbɔːˌhəʊl] nforo di trivellazione

bore1

(boː) verb
to make (a hole etc in something). They bored a tunnel under the sea.
noun
the size of the hollow barrel of a gun.
ˈborehole noun
a hole made by boring, especially to find oil etc.
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"The perimeter wall will be built at an additional cost of Sh50 million whereas the borehole will be constructed at a cost of Sh5 million," he said.
Currently, there is only one borehole giving water and just two weeks back I was informed the borehole is drying up,' he stressed.
'Out of 30 days in a month, the borehole is operated for 20 days.
class="font-size--16 MsoNormalShe explained that approval to dig a borehole is granted by Warma and Nema, which ask for ownership documents such as the LR number and title deed for the location.
'Worse off, the borehole that people drill is not deep enough.
"The boreholes will be drilled to industry best practice, with steel casing installed to isolate the borehole from the shallow ground, ensuring that any existing surface contamination will not migrate to the groundwater and contaminate the water table." Elton Parish Council raised fears over the marking of fluids with chemicals or radioactive nuclides to enable tracking through the subsurface.
Elton Parish Council says: "There is a potential detrimental environmental impact to both flora, fauna and wildlife due to the number of access roads that will be needed to reach and maintain borehole drilling sites on the marshes."
The research presents a new technique for the calculation of the thermal parameters using the particle swarm optimization algorithm and testing the validity of borehole heat transfer analytical algorithms.
The child, identified as Adeeb, fell into the borehole while playing.
According to locals, the ground was drilled on Monday to install a tubewell pipe to get water in the village, but the borehole was left without a lid.
The borehole is to supply water to a health center which provides health care to over 9,000 residents from 32 communities, as well as water to the people.