• by water
  • ((形式))船(便)で
  • fall into the water
  • (海・川などの)水中に落ちる
  • Her water [((英))waters] broke.
  • 妊婦が破水した
  • It makes my mouth water.
  • それを見ると[そのにおいをかぐと]よだれが出るよ
  • make [pass] water
  • ((形式))小便をする(urinate
  • make [take in] water
  • (船が)浸水[漏水]する
  • soapy water
  • 石けん水
  • turn on the water
  • (蛇口をひねって)水道水を出す
  • water the plants
  • 植物に水をやる
  • A 2008 programmatic environmental impact statement issued by the United States Bureau of Land Management stated that surface mining and retort operations produce 2 to 10 US gallons (7.6 to 38 l; 1.7 to 8.3 imp gal) of waste water per 1 short ton (0.91 t) of processed oil shale.
  • Wikipedia: Shale oil extraction
  • A line slanting downward from the eye to the tip of the opened lower mandible may be used for sighting on prey before diving or when swimming under water.
  • Wikipedia: Red-necked Grebe
  • A person can be exposed to uranium (or its radioactive daughters such as radon) by inhaling dust in air or by ingesting contaminated water and food.
  • Wikipedia: Uranium
  • A water trail for canoeing and kayaking is also being constructed, but dams, bridges, weirs and other obstacles hamper the use of the river.
  • Wikipedia: Jordan River (Utah)
  • Although the upper basin projects are positive insofar as they will return land to the basin (and water to the river), the same cannot be said about increased urban runoff, the poor quality of which is well-known.
  • Wikipedia: St. Johns River
  • An Illini myth recounts how Painted Turtle put his paint on to entice a chief's daughter into the water.
  • Wikipedia: Painted turtle
  • Around this period, mechanical clocks were introduced into abbeys and monasteries to mark important events and times, gradually replacing water clocks which had served the same purpose.
  • Wikipedia: History of timekeeping devices
  • Attempts to return natural levels of water to the park have been controversial; Cape Sable seaside sparrows nest about a foot off the ground, and rising water levels may harm future populations, as well as threaten the endangered snail kite.
  • Wikipedia: Everglades National Park