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Definition of Aquitard:
Poorly permeable underground layer that limits the flow of groundwater from one aquifer to another.
This is the common definition for Aquitard, other definitions can be discussed in the article

An aquifuge is an absolutely impermeable unit that will not transmit any water.

An aquiclude is a formation that has very low hydraulic conductivity and hardly transmits water.

See also Wikipedia