Origin of pool1
Other definitions for pool (2 of 2)
Origin of pool2
OTHER WORDS FROM poolpooler, noun
How to use pool in a sentence
Adon and Fuentes were both in the Nationals’ 60-player pool this summer.Nationals protect Steven Fuentes, Yasel Antuna and Joan Adon from Rule 5 draft|Jesse Dougherty|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
They sat down to “pool our ideas to help build bridges of peace,” Abbas said, and asked Mannan to sit down with them.A restaurant that fed the homeless said it might have to close. Donations poured in.|Paulina Firozi|November 19, 2020|Washington Post
He fell another 100 feet into the deep pool at the base of the falls.
The community has tennis courts, 3 heated pools, and 3 patio bars.
There’s no excuse for the small pool of data, particularly for Abbott, Pettengill said.Rapid Testing Is Less Accurate Than the Government Wants to Admit|by Lisa Song|November 16, 2020|ProPublica
Efforts at pooling resources began in the run-up to the 2012 presidential campaign.
Blood was pooling beneath her cornea, forming what is known as a hyphema.
When he landed, his leg had turned black from blood pooling, but Landis still raced in the Tour of Belgium a week later.Dope on Wheels: Speed Read of 'Wheelmen' About Lance Armstrong|Thomas Flynn|October 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In other cases they may be groups of people pooling their incomes from a variety of professions and occupations.The Kibbutz Movement’s Lessons For Communal Living Today|Daniel Gavron|May 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Insurance everywhere works by pooling together similar risks.
The idea of pooling our trophies and giving them as a Christmas present to Billie appeals to me strongly.A Reversible Santa Claus|Meredith Nicholson
At last, late in 1885, the warfare was terminated by an elaborate pooling agreement.
Although operated under pooling agreements, yet they were competitors in the matter of the service offered.
The nature of railway competition is indeed such that no other result than consolidation or pooling can ensue.
A more consistent enforcement of the long and short haul principle might provide a remedy almost as effective as pooling.
British Dictionary definitions for pool (1 of 2)
Word Origin for pool
British Dictionary definitions for pool (2 of 2)
- a joint fund organized by security-holders for speculative or manipulative purposes on financial markets
- the persons or parties involved in such a combination