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Cave

A cave or cavern is a hollow place in the ground, especially natural underground space large enough for a human to enter. Caves form naturally by the weathering of rock and often extend deep underground. The word `cave` can also refer to much smaller openings such as sea caves, rock shelters, and grottos. Speleology is the science of exploration.....
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Cave

• (v. i.) To dwell in a cave. • (v. i.) To fall in or down; as, the sand bank caved. Hence (Slang), to retreat from a position; to give way; to yield in a disputed matter. • (n.) Any hollow place, or part; a cavity. • (n.) To make hollow; to scoop out. • (n.) A hollow place in the earth, either natural or artificial; a subt...
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cave

noun a geological formation consisting of an underground enclosure with access from the surface of the ground or from the sea
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CAVE

[company] CAVE Interactive CO.,LTD., also known as CAVE Co., Ltd. (Computer Art Visual Entertainment), is a Japanese video game company, known primarily for its manic shoot `em ups. CAVE remains one of the most active makers of arcade shoot-`em-ups in the Japanese market. The company was formed primarily from the remains of Toaplan, and sev...
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Cave

[name] Cave is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include: Surname: Given name: Fictional characters: ...
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Cave

Cave (kāv) noun [ French cave , Latin cavus hollow, whence cavea cavity. Confer Cage .] 1. A hollow place in the earth, either natural or artificial; a subterraneous cavity; a cavern; a den. 2. Any hollow place, or part; a cavity. [ Obsolete] 'The
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Cave

Cave intransitive verb 1. To dwell in a cave. [ Obsolete] Shak. 2. [ See To cave in , below.] To fall in or down; as, the sand bank caved . Hence (Slang), to retreat from a position; to give way; to yield in a disputed matter. To cave in . [ Flem. inka...
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Cave

Cave noun (Eng. Politics) A coalition or group of seceders from a political party, as from the Liberal party in England in 1866. See Adullam , Cave of , in the Dictionary of Noted Names in Fiction.
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Cave

Cave transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Caved ; present participle & verbal noun Caving .] [ Confer French caver . See Cave , noun ] To make hollow; to scoop out. [ Obsolete] « The ...
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Cave

A cave, or cavern is an opening of some size in the solid crust of the earth beneath the surface. The vast majority of caves have been produced either by the work of underground water or by the action of waves along sea coasts.
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cave

A cavity in the earth large enough for a human to enter. Caves can form as a result of physical and chemical weathering of rock. Physical weathering usually produces shelter-type caves that extend into the rock for only a few feet. Chemical weathering of rock can produce caves (solution channels along fractures and bedding planes) that extend for m...
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cave

A hollow or enclosed space or cavity. ... See: cavity, cavitas, cavity, cavern, cavern. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Cave

A natural cavity or recess that is roughly positioned horizontally to the surface of the Earth.
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cave

A natural open space underground, large enough for a person to enter. Most commonly occur by the dissolution of soluble rocks, generally limestone.
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cave

A natural subterranean cavity (or series of cavities) large enough to be humanly enterable, commonly formed by solution of carbonate rock in karst, but may also be formed by wind, fluvial erosion or collapse (see 'Pseudokarst'). It may be an air-filled or water-filled cavity. Syn. cavern.
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Cave

Any naturally occurring void, cavity, recess, or system of interconnected passages that occurs beneath the surface of the earth or within a cliff or ledge (including any cave resource therein, but not including any mine, tunnel, aqueduct, or other excavation) and which is large enough to serve as cave habitat for wildlife. The term includes any nat...
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cave

cave 1. A hollow or natural passage under or into the earth; especially, one with an opening to the surface. 2. A geological formation consisting of an underground enclosure with access from the surface of the ground or from the sea. 3. A storage cellar; especially, for wine. 4. When used as a verb, 'to cave' means 'to explore natural caves'. A ...
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cave

cave, a cavity in the earth's surface usually large enough for a person to enter. Caves may be formed by the chemical and mechanical action of a stream upon soluble or soft rock, of rainwater seeping through soluble rock to the groundwater level, or of waves dashed against a rocky shore. Volcanic ac...
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cave

Doll's Theater, Carlsbad Caverns. Credit: NPS Photo by Peter Jones Any chamber formed naturally in rock and, usually, open to the surface via a passage. Caves are found most often in limestone, where rainwater, rendered slightly acidic by dissolved carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, drains thr...
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Cave

French name for winery; see below wine cellar,
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cave

natural opening in the Earth large enough for human exploration. Such a cavity is formed in many types of rock and by many processes. The largest and ... [5 related articles]
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cave

Originally a real cave or cellar. Today, a cave can be a specially calibrated refrigerated cooler used to maintain the precise humidity and temperature levels ideal for aging cheese.
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cave

Passage or tunnel – or series of tunnels – formed underground by water or by waves on a coast. Caves of the former type commonly occur in areas underlain by limestone, such as Kentucky, USA, and many Balkan regions, where the rocks are soluble in water. A pothole is a vertical hole in rock ...
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cave

Type: Term Pronunciation: kāv Definitions: 1. Any hollow or enclosed space or cavity. Synonyms: cavum See: cavity, cavitas, cavernous space
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