noun, plural hy·dros for 2, 3.
- a bathhouse, hotel, or resort catering to people taking mineral-water health cures; spa.
- an establishment furnishing hydrotherapy.
Definition for hydro (2 of 3)
Origin of hydro-1
Definition for hydro (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for hydro
Tau could no longer share with Mura the care of the hydro garden so Van Rycke took over.
The late owner—well, he did not believe in using his home as a sort of hydro, or convalescent establishment.The Man Who Rose Again|Joseph Hocking
The long shot of the hydro as it had been merged into a series of sectional groupings.
His nursing duties performed for the moment, Dane ventured into the hydro.
Ali had ready the artificial oxgy tanks—they must move fast once they began the actual task of clearing and restocking the hydro.
British Dictionary definitions for hydro (1 of 4)
noun plural -dros
British Dictionary definitions for hydro (2 of 4)
British Dictionary definitions for hydro (3 of 4)
British Dictionary definitions for hydro (4 of 4)
sometimes before a vowel hydr-
Word Origin for hydro-
Word Origin and History for hydro (1 of 2)
short for hydroelectric, from 1916.