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  • a small area of still water, typically one formed naturally.
  • (of liquid) form a pool on the ground or another surface.
    E.g. sweat pooled in the hollow of my back
  • a shared supply of vehicles or resources to be drawn on when needed.
    E.g. a car pool
  • a game played on a small billiard table using two sets of seven coloured and numbered balls together with one black ball and a white cue ball, with the aim of pocketing all one's own balls and then the black.
  • a group of contestants who compete against each other in a tournament for the right to advance to the next round.
    E.g. the sides in Pool A
  • an arrangement, illegal in many countries, between competing parties to fix prices or rates and share business in order to eliminate competition.
    E.g. pool arrangements by the competing networks reduce individual costs
  • (of two or more people or organizations) put (money or other assets) into a common fund.
    E.g. they entered a contract to pool any gains and invest them profitably

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