geyser

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An instantaneous, and often dangerous, hot water heater using hot steam

It was here I saw a geyser gas water heater in a bathroom for the first time. (I was afraid of it).

A domestic water boiler
A boiling natural spring which throws forth at frequent intervals jets of water, mud etc., driven up by the expansive power of steam
A boiling spring which throws forth at frequent intervals jets of water, mud, etc
A spring that shoots jets of hot water and steam into the air
a spring that discharges hot water and steam to overflow like a geyser
a hot spring equipped with a system of plumbing and heating that causes intermittent eruptions of water and steam
a spring that discharges hot water and steam
{i} natural hot spring that periodically sprays a fountain of water and steam into the air; hot water heater (British)
A geyser is a natural hot spring that occasionally sprays water and steam above the ground
to overflow like a geyser
driven up by the expansive power of steam
An instantaneous, and often dangerous, hot water heater
A natural spring marked by the intermittent escape of hot water and steam
(geo) Natural steam or hot water spouts in active GEOTHERMAL regions F - geyser S - geiser
A hot spring that periodically ejects water some height above the surrounding surface
A geyser is a hole in the Earth's surface from which hot water and steam are forced out, usually at irregular intervals of time. (Icelandic geysir, "to rush forth") Any hot spring that discharges jets of steam and water intermittently, generally associated with recent volcanic activity and produced by the heating of underground waters that have come into contact with, or are very close to, magma. Geyser discharges as high as 1,600 ft (500 m) have been recorded, but 160 ft (50 m) is much more common (e.g., Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park). Occasionally, a geyser will adopt an extremely regular and predictable pattern of intermittent activity and discharge for a few minutes every hour or so
A boiling spring which throws forth at frequent intervals jets of water, mud, etc., driven up by the expansive power of steam
A natural fountain that intermittently ejects a column of water into the air from a hole in the earth's crust A 0-D basic feature
A type of thermal spring which ejects water intermittently with considerable force This loss of water further reduces pressure within the conduit system, and most of the remaining water suddenly converts to steam and erupts at the surface
geysers
plural of geyser
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geyser

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    /ˈgīzər/ /ˈɡaɪzɜr/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'gI-z&r, British someti ] (noun.) 1780. From around 1755-1765, from the Icelandic proper name Geysir, which means and is the name of a hot spring in Iceland (Geysir’s English Wikipedia article). The word geysir literally means gusher, derived from the Icelandic verb geysa (“to gush”), descended from Old Norse geysa (“to gush”).

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