Translation of groundwater in Spanish:

groundwater

agua subterránea, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈɡraʊndˌwɔdər//ˈɡraʊn(d)wɔːtə/

noun

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    (feminine (with masculine article in the singular)) agua subterránea
    (feminine (with masculine article in the singular)) agua del subsuelo
    • The fluid has boiled, but is largely undiluted by groundwater.
    • Have the effects on our groundwater and drinking water systems been considered?
    • Salinity also is a problem in areas with saline groundwater, such as is found in Egypt and Israel.
    • In the absence of a proper clean-up of the site, chemicals are still leaking into the soil and groundwater.
    • They can contaminate underlying soils and groundwater or contaminate storm water which travels to bodies of surface water.
    • Here on the edge of the sea, as fresh groundwater is depleted, sea-water is beginning to push in.
    • She says it plans to enter into a voluntary remediation of the site's soil and groundwater.
    • Another problem with landfill is fluid polluting groundwater and getting into the water supply.
    • So it is clear what groundwater and surface water are understood to mean, and who the targets of the bylaw are.
    • Wetlands are the storehouses of groundwater and play a key role in maintaining the water table.
    • The groundwater is becoming saline as the water table sinks because of overuse, and sea water presses in.
    • The shallower the depth to groundwater, the less soil there is to act as a filter.
    • It is environmentally sound, as it does not contaminate groundwater or use up scarce water resources.
    • But while the soil was moist the plants would not be drawing groundwater.
    • Therefore, what happens to groundwater at one spot can easily affect the aquifer at another.
    • The main problem with the spills and overflows is the risk of fuel getting down into the soil and groundwater.
    • This will help keep contaminated surface water from entering the well and groundwater.
    • It determined that areas with groundwater within two metres of the surface are at high risk of dryland salinity.
    • Water consumption was so heavy as to cause the infiltration of sea water into the groundwater.
    • They believe that the company's heavy use of groundwater is causing water shortages.