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pool1
noun
1 a small area of still water.
2 a puddle; a patch of spilt liquid pools of blood .
3 a swimming pool.
4 a deep part of a stream or river.
verb , intr to collect into a pool; to accumulate.
[Anglo-Saxon pol ]
pool2
noun
1 (also in compounds ) a reserve of money, personnel, vehicles, etc used as a communal resource typing pool .
2 the combined stakes of those betting on something; a jackpot.
3 commerce a group of businesses with a common arrangement to maintain high prices, so eliminating competition and preserving profits.
4 a game like snooker played with a white cue ball and usually 15 numbered coloured balls, the aim being to shoot specified balls into specified pockets using the cue ball.
verb (pooled , pooling ) to put (money or other resources) into a common supply for general use.
[17c: from French poule , literally -hen-, but associated in English with pool1since the 18c]
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