polder definition

  • noun:
    • a place of low-lying land, particularly in holland, that's been reclaimed from a body of liquid and is safeguarded by dikes.
    • a location of ground reclaimed from a sea or lake by means of dikes.
    • A tract of reasonable land reclaimed from the water by of high embankments.
    • A boggy or marshy soil; a morass; particularly, a tract of marshy land inside Netherlands, Flanders, and north Germany, which was reclaimed and brought under cultivation.
    • low-lying land which has been reclaimed and is shielded by dikes (especially in Netherlands)

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