vault

  1. a burial chamber (usually underground)
  2. a strongroom or compartment (often made of steel) for safekeeping of valuables
  3. an arched brick or stone ceiling or roof

Vault

(1) Arched stone roof ; (2) a burial chamber. See Barrel Vault, Fan Vault, Rib Vault ,Tierceron Vault
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Vault

(1) Arched stone roof ; (2) a burial chamber. See Barrel Vault, Fan Vault, Rib Vault ,Tierceron Vault
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vault

(vawlt) an arched or domelike structure; see also fornix. cranial vault calvaria. vaginal vault fornix vaginae, used to denote the entire recess without reference to its parts.
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vault

[n] - a strongroom or compartment (often made of steel) for safekeeping of valuables 2. [n] - a burial chamber (usually underground) 3. [n] - an arched brick or stone ceiling or roof 4. [n] - the act of jumping over an obstacle 5. [v] - jump across or leap over (an obstacle) 6. [v] - bound vigorously
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Vault

• (n.) To exhibit feats of tumbling or leaping; to tumble. • (n.) To leap; to bound; to jump; to spring. • (v. i.) To leap over; esp., to leap over by aid of the hands or a pole; as, to vault a fence. • (n.) An arched structure of masonry, forming a ceiling or canopy. • (n.) A leap by aid of the hands, or of a pole, springb...
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vault

noun a strongroom or compartment (often made of steel) for safekeeping of valuables
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vault

hurdle noun the act of jumping over an obstacle
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Vault

[architecture] Vault (French voûte, from Italian volta) is an architectural term for an arched form used to provide a space with a ceiling or roof. The parts of a vault exert lateral thrust that requires a counter resistance. When vaults are built underground, the ground gives all the resistance required. However, when the vault is built a...
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Vault

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Vault

[gymnastics] The vault is an artistic gymnastics apparatus on which gymnasts perform, as well as the skill performed using that apparatus. Vaulting is also the action of performing a vault. Both male and female gymnasts perform the vault. The English abbreviation for the event in gymnastics scoring is VT. == The apparatus == Early forms of ...
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vault

[Noun] Plural form: vaults. A place under a church where people are buried or valuable objects are kept.
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Vault

[organelle] The vault or vault cytoplasmic ribonucleoprotein is a eukaryotic organelle whose function is not fully understood. Discovered and successfully isolated by cell biologist Nancy Kedersha and biochemist Leonard Rome of the UCLA School of Medicine in the 1980s, vaults are cytoplasmic organelles which under an electron microscope res...
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Vault

[revision control system] Vault is a commercial, proprietary revision control system by SourceGear LLC which markets its product as a replacement for Microsoft`s Visual Source Safe. The Vault revision control system uses Microsoft SQL Server as a back end database and provides atomic commits to the revision control system. The tool is built...
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Vault

[soft drink] Vault was a carbonated beverage that was released by The Coca-Cola Company in June 2005 and marketed until December 2011. It was touted as an artificially flavored hybrid energy soda. Coca-Cola was marketing Vault as a combination with the slogan `Drinks like a Soda, Kicks like an Energy Drink,` as well as `The Taste. The Quenc...
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Vault

[urban movement] In various urban activities, a vault is any type of movement that involves overcoming an obstacle by jumping, leaping, climbing or diving over an obstacle while using their feet, hands or not touching it at all. Although Parkour doesn`t involve the idea of set movements, traceurs use similar ways of moving to quickly and ef...
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Vault

Vault (valt; see Note, below ) noun [ Middle English voute , Old French voute , volte , French voûte , Late Latin volta , for voluta , volutio , from Latin volvere , volutum , to roll, to turn about. See Voluble , and c...
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Vault

Vault intransitive verb [ Confer Old French volter , French voltiger , Italian volt...re turn. See Vault , noun , 4.] 1. To leap; to bound; to jump; to spring. « Vaulting ambition, which o'erleaps itself.» Shak. ...
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Vault

Vault transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Vaulted ; present participle & verbal noun Vaulting .] [ Middle English vouten , Old French volter , vouter , French voûter . See Vault an arch.]
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Vault

A ceiling or roof formed by one or more arches, usually made out of wood or stone.
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vault

A masonry roof or ceiling constructed on the principle of the arch. A tunnel or barrel vault is a semicircular arch extended in depth: a continuous series of arches, one behind the other. A groin vault is formed when two barrel vaults intersect. A ribbed vault is a vault reinforced by masonry ribs.
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vault

a strongroom or compartment for safekeeping of valuables
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Vault

An arched ceiling of stone.
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Vault

an arched ceiling or roof, usually of stone, brick, or concrete, which in its most basic form, is a continuous semi-circular arch ie a tunnel. As romanesque evolved into gothic and the pointed arch, vault construction became very sophisticated and because of its fireproof potential, compa...
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Vault

An arched cover for an enclosed space. The simplest form of vault is supported on each side by a continuous wall, and is known as a barrel vault. Most barrel vaults are round-arched, but a few are pointed-arched. In more complex vaults there is a framework of dressed-stone ribs, acting as a frame, with rubble filling the spaces between the ribs. So...
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