Brit., Informal a place, such as a spa, where people can receive hydropathic treatments
- hydroelectric power
- pl. -·dros a hydroelectric power plant
- water: hydrostatics, hydrometer
- containing hydrogen: hydrocyanic acid
Origin of hydro-; from Classical Greek hyd?r, water
- Hydroelectric power.
- A hydroelectric power plant.
- a. Water: hydroelectric.b. Liquid: hydrodynamics.
- Hydrogen: hydrochloride.
Origin of hydro-Greek hudro-, hudr-, from hudōr; see wed-1 in Indo-European roots.
(countable and uncountable, plural hydros)
From Ancient Greek ὕδωρ (hudōr, “water”).
From Ancient Greek á½‘Î´ÏÎ¿- (hydro-), from á½•Î´Ï‰Ï (hydor, “water")