What is the full form of REO

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flow
 'River' is a natural, flowing body of water (possibly also with straightened, canalized sections), which is generally referred to as a river because of its size and importance. Criteria for this can be a greater water depth, a greater width or a larger water cross section.

1010
Brook
 'Bach' is a natural, flowing body of water, which is to be regarded as a brook in common parlance due to its small size and importance. Criteria for this can be a shallower water depth, a narrow width, or a small water cross section. Brooks differ from rivers in their course, which is more adapted to the terrain, the irregular longitudinal profile and the often torrential runoff.

1020
Backwater, backwater
 'Altwasser, Altarm' is a part of a flowing water which, when straightened, was separated from the flowing water at both or at one end, giving the water a more stagnant character.

2000
channel
 'Canal' refers to an artificially created watercourse. As a rule, it has a regular cross-section of water and a straight course.

3010
dig
 'Ditch' is a permanently or temporarily flowing, artificially created body of water, which is to be regarded as a ditch in common parlance. As a rule, it has a regular cross-section of water and a straight course.

3020
pool
 'Basin' is a purpose-built, artificially constructed, fortified hollow form in the terrain, which is generally referred to as a type of "basin". As a rule, pools are completely or partially enclosed by an artificially constructed border or structure. Examples are: docks, storage basins, retention basins, clarifiers, fish breeding basins.

4000
Lake, pond
 'Lake, pond' is a natural or near-natural, standing or almost standing body of water, which is to be seen in common parlance as a lake or pond. As a rule, lakes and ponds have natural or near-natural banks. This also applies to dams and reservoirs.

5000