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sault

 (so͞o)
n.
A waterfall or rapids.

[Obsolete French, from Old French, leap, waterfall; see somersault.]

sault

(suː)
n
(Physical Geography) Canadian a waterfall or rapids
[C17: from Canadian French, from French saut a leap]
Translations

sault

n (US) (= waterfall)Wasserfall m; (in river) → Stromschnelle f
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