Deutsch: Stausee / Español: Embalse / Português: Reservatório / Français: Réservoir / Italiano: Serbatoio /

A reservoir is an artificial lake created and used for the storage of water.
Other /More definition:
A reservoir is a lake created for human use often as the result of impoundment of a river system; classified as lake type 73 by Hutchinson (1957).
Other /More definition:
A reservoir is a pond, lake, or basin, either natural or artificial, for the storage, regulation, and control of water.

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