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pond in English:

1. an area of water similar to a lake but smaller an area of water similar to a lake but smaller

English word "pond"(an area of water similar to a lake but smaller) occurs in sets:

L1 companies
L1 companies

2. small lake small lake

3. pool pool

It's really hot outside, so I think I'll go and have a quick swim in the pool.
He plays dirty pool.
Tom said he couldn't clean the pool tomorrow afternoon.
If you have an indoor swimming pool, you're probably pretty rich.
Children under thirteen years of age are not admitted to this swimming pool.
Tom and Mary aren't interested in buying a house with a pool.
I applied for a job as a lifeguard at the community pool.
That pool really looks inviting.
Is this pool deep?
If we pool our resources, it'll be that much easier to solve the problem.
But I don't think the pool is open this weekend.
a pool of blood; a pool of light
As unemployment rises, the pool of cheap labour increases.
You need citizens who understand the role of each branch of government because young people don’t inherit the concepts through the gene pool, every generation has to learn it.
Let's pool our money and travel as a group.

English word "pond"(pool) occurs in sets:

Eat that frog

4. a small area od still water a small area od still water