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ar·chi·tec·ture

 (är′kĭ-tĕk′chər)
n.
1. The art and science of designing and erecting buildings.
2. Buildings and other large structures: the low, brick-and-adobe architecture of the Southwest.
3. A style and method of design and construction: Byzantine architecture.
4. Orderly arrangement of parts; structure: the architecture of the federal bureaucracy; the architecture of a novel.
5. Computers The overall design or structure of a computer system or microprocessor, including the hardware or software required to run it.
6. Any of various disciplines concerned with the design or organization of complex systems: enterprise architecture.

[Latin architectūra, from architectus, architect; see architect.]

ar′chi·tec′tur·al adj.
ar′chi·tec′tur·al·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.architecturally - with regard to architecturearchitecturally - with regard to architecture; "this building is ugly, but architecturally interesting"
Translations

architecturally

[ˌɑːkɪˈtektʃərəlɪ] ADVarquitectónicamente
an architecturally striking buildingun edificio impresionante desde el punto de vista arquitectónico

architecturally

[ˌɑːrkɪˈtɛktʃərəli] advdu point de vue de l'architecture

architecturally

[ˈɑːkɪˌtɛktʃrlɪ] advarchitettonicamente
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There was nothing architecturally remarkable about Sir Patrick's house.
Everything is on a large scale; the public buildings, for instance--and they are architecturally imposing, too, as well as large.
The Accountant had brought out already a box of dominoes, and was toying architecturally with the bones.
Contract notice: the architecturally sized benefits of the trees planted inside the properties referred to in article 1-2 of the cctp, as well as the freeform size and some related works and interventions reference number: 418
The majority of upcoming apartment supply in Dubai (79 per cent) is architecturally diverse while ready units are equally split between diverse and homogenous.
However, their prominent riverside plot in the traditional and architecturally conservative area of South Downs means everyone will be watching.
24 April 2012 - US residential and commercial doors manufacturer Masonite International Corp said it had bought Algoma, Wisconsin-based Algoma Hardwoods Inc, which makes architecturally specified doors, without disclosing the price.
The properties also have excellent green credentials by being architecturally designed to facilitate airflow.
ar*chi*tec*tur*al*ly adverb <an architecturally innovative building>
Think about it, an architecturally significant building with an important history being improved and utilised by a process of creative thought.
The available units, which range in price from $3.350 - $7.65 million and in size from 1,967 - 3,256 square feet, were designed with architecturally unique features and room combinations by SLCE Architects.
This is a design of complexity and sophistication which will mark out Tate Modern, at least architecturally, as the most important gallery of its type in the world.

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