[ wˈɔːtə θˈiːf], [ wˈɔːtə θˈiːf], [ w_ˈɔː_t_ə θ_ˈiː_f]
How to use "Water thief" in context?
The term "Water thief" is most often associated with people who illegally take water from municipal supplies, such as through illegal water logging. However, the term can also be used to refer to people who take water from sources that are not considered legal to take, such as through water theft from streams and rivers. In some cases, water thieves may use water supplies for purposes other than those for which they were intended, such as for agricultural purposes.
Illegal water logging has been a problem for municipalities for centuries. In the past, municipalities would hire professional loggers to cut down trees illegally so that they could get to the water beneath them.
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