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Pont du Gard,
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aq·ue·duct

 (ăk′wĭ-dŭkt′)
n.
1.
a. A pipe or channel designed to transport water from a remote source, usually by gravity.
b. A bridgelike structure supporting a conduit or canal passing over a river or low ground.
2. Anatomy A channel or passage in an organ or a body part, especially such a channel for conveying fluid.

[Latin aquaeductus : aquae, genitive of aqua, water; see aqua + ductus, a leading; see duct.]
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aqueduct

(ˈækwɪˌdʌkt)
n
1. (Civil Engineering) a conduit used to convey water over a long distance, either by a tunnel or more usually by a bridge
2. (Civil Engineering) a structure, usually a bridge, that carries such a conduit or a canal across a valley or river
3. (Anatomy) a channel in an organ or part of the body, esp one that conveys a natural body fluid
[C16: from Latin aquaeductus, from aqua water + dūcere to convey]
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aq•ue•duct

(ˈæk wɪˌdʌkt)

n.
1.
a. a conduit or artificial channel for conducting water from a distance.
b. a bridgelike structure that carries a water conduit or canal across a valley or over a river.
2. Anat. a canal through which liquids pass.
[1535–45; < Medieval Latin aquēductus < Latin aquae ductus a drawing off of water; see aqua, duct]
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aqueduct

An elevated masonry or brick channel for carrying water, widely used by the Romans.
Dictionary of Unfamiliar Words by Diagram Group Copyright © 2008 by Diagram Visual Information Limited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.aqueduct - a conduit that resembles a bridge but carries water over a valleyaqueduct - a conduit that resembles a bridge but carries water over a valley
arch - (architecture) a masonry construction (usually curved) for spanning an opening and supporting the weight above it
conduit - a passage (a pipe or tunnel) through which water or electric wires can pass; "the computers were connected through a system of conduits"
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aqueduct

noun conduit, channel, passage, canal, waterway, duct, sluice an old Roman aqueduct
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Translations
akvedukti
akvaduktakvedukt
vodovod

aqueduct

[ˈækwɪdʌkt] Nacueducto m
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aqueduct

[ˈækwɪdʌkt] naqueduc m
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aqueduct

nAquädukt m or nt
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aqueduct

[ˈækwɪˌdʌkt] nacquedotto
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Infection in the subarachnoid space progresses to the cochlea via the internal acoustic canal, hematogenous pathway, and most commonly through the cochlear aqueduct [4].
Near the inner ear are two pathways carrying blood to the brain--the cochlear aqueduct and the vestibular aqueduct.
Jackler and Hwang carried out a study on the enlargement of the cochlear aqueduct. (5) They found that radiologic evidence of an enlargement of the cochlear aqueduct is not a relevant finding in cases of stapes gushers and transotic CSF leaks.
Such samples are likely to be contaminated with CSF, as scala tympani and the CSF are connected via the cochlear aqueduct near the round window membrane [35].
Wit, "Cochlear aqueduct flow resistance depends on round window membrane position in guinea pigs," Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, vol.
Thereafter, a concern arose about the integrity of the cochlear aqueduct (CA) and inferior cochlear vein (ICV).