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.
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Canada has abundant hydro potential — and in fact Manitoba and Quebec have abundant hydro for sale right now.
Here, however, it's worth noting that heavy use of emissions-free hydro power correlates strongly with lower power rates.
Alaska Electric Light and Power got a 24 percent residential rate hike to deal with inflation and to build a new hydro project.
A large number of these mills are actuated hydraulically or hydro-electrically.Mexico|Charles Reginald Enock
The hydro-electric industry has been largely nationalized by those who are foremost in it.
Retinol, ret′i-nol, n. a hydro-carbon oil used in printers' ink.
Next to my flight in the hydro-aeroplane this was the greatest experience of my life.The Spell of Switzerland|Nathan Haskell Dole
On this supposition the positive impulse is to be regarded as hydro-mechanical.Life Movements in Plants|Sir Jagadis Chunder Bose