Sump

A pit or tank that catches liquid runoff for drainage or disposal.

sump

  1. an oil reservoir in an internal combustion engine
  2. a well or other hole in which water has collected
  3. a covered cistern; waste water and sewage flow into it

Sump

A sump (American English and some parts of Canada: oil pan) is a low space that collects any often-undesirable liquids such as water or chemicals. A sump can also be an infiltration basin used to manage surface runoff water and recharge underground aquifers. Sump can also refer to an area in a cave where an underground flow of water exits the cave...
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Sump

Pit or large plastic bucket/barrel inside the home designed to collect ground water from a perimeter drain system.
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Sump

• (n.) The cistern or reservoir made at the lowest point of a mine, from which is pumped the water which accumulates there. • (n.) A puddle or dirty pool. • (n.) A pond of water for salt works. • (n.) A round pit of stone, lined with clay, for receiving the metal on its first fusion.
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Sump

- Pit or large plastic bucket/barrel inside the home designed to collect ground water from a perimeter drain system.
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sump

1. <chemistry> A round pit of stone, lined with clay, for receiving the metal on its first fusion. ... 2. The cistern or reservoir made at the lowest point of a mine, from which is pumped the water which accumulates there. ... 3. A pond of water for salt works. ... 4. A puddle or dirty pool. Sump fuse, a fuse used in blasting under water. ......
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sump

noun a well or other hole in which water has collected
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Sump

[aquarium] In fishkeeping, a sump is an accessory tank in which mechanical equipment is kept. A remote sump allows for a clutter-free display tank. It is found in mainly in a reef system. The sump sits below the main tank and is used as a filter, as well as a holding place of unsightly, miscellaneous equipment such as protein skimmers, calc...
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Sump

[cave] Sump or siphon is a term used in caving to describe a passage in a cave that is submerged under water. A sump may be static, with no inward or outward flow, or active, with continuous through-flow. Static sumps may also be connected underwater to active stream passage. When short in length, a sump may be called a duck. == Exploration...
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Sump

Sump noun [ Confer German sumpf a sump in a mine, a swamp, akin to LG. sump , Dutch somp a swamp, Dan. & Swedish sump , and perhaps to English swamp .] 1. (Metal.) A round pit of stone, lined with clay, for receiving the metal on its first fusion. ...
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Sump

A condition in which the Swim Bladder fails to function normally. Causes vary. Symptoms include an inability to maintain normal upright position, or difficulty swimming down to lower levels of the water column.
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Sump

A flooded cave or passage.
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Sump

A pit or tank that catches liquid runoff for drainage or disposal.
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sump

A point in a cave passage when the water meets the roof.
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Sump

A reservoir that collects and holds water or some other liquid, which is subsequently disposed of by
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Sump

An intentional depression around a drain.
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Sump

An underground excavation where water accumulates before being pumped to surface.
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sump

lowest position of crankcase, containing oil.
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Sump

Pit or large plastic bucket/barrel inside the home designed to collect ground water from a perimeter
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Sump

The bottom of a shaft, or any other place in a mine, that is used as a collecting point for drainage water.
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Sump

The bottom of a shaft, or any other place in a mine, that is used as a collecting point for drainage water.
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Sump

The oil reservoir for an internal-combustion engine, which is part of the lubrication system. See we
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Sump

The space in the engine block under the crankshaft into which the oil drains from its various applications.
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Sump

The space in the engine block under the crankshaft into which the oil drains from its various applications.
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