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Greek & Latins

Unit 1

TermDefinition
dehydrate to lose water or moisture; to become dry
hydroelectric related to electricity that is made from energy of falling water
hydrant an upright pip with spout, nozzle, or other outlet, usually in the street, for drawing water from a main pipe, especially for fighting fires.
aquatic living or taking place in water
aqueduct a channel that has been built to carry water over long distances
aquarium a glass tank or bowl in which fish or other aquatic animals live .
aquifer an underground layer of rock that water continually moves through
marine related to the sea; existing in or produced by the sea
marina a small harbor where small boats can dock
maritime on or near the sea
hydr water - Greek
aqua / aqu water - Latin
mar / mer sea - Latin
Created by: CHES4