Meaning of Watertable
Noun / বিশেষ্য / संज्ञा
the planar, underground surface beneath which earth materials, as soil or rock, are saturated with water.
Architecture. a projecting stringcourse or similar structural member placed so as to divert rain water from a building.
the surface of the water-saturated part of the ground, usually following approximately the contours of the overlying land surface
an offset or string course that has a moulding designed to throw rainwater clear of the wall below