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vault1 British & World English

A roof in the form of an arch or a series of arches, typical of churches and other large, formal buildings

vault2 British & World English

Leap or spring while supporting or propelling oneself with one or both hands or with the help of a pole

fan vault British & World English

A type of vault consisting of a set of concave ribs spreading out from a central point like the ribs of an opened umbrella, used especially in the English Perpendicular style

pole vault British & World English

An athletic event in which competitors attempt to vault over a high bar with the aid of an extremely long flexible pole

cross vault British & World English

A vault formed by the intersection of two or more vaults

barrel vault British & World English

A vault forming a half cylinder

wagon-roof British & World English

Another term for barrel vault.

wagon-vault in wagon-roof British & World English

Another term for barrel vault.

vault1 English Thesaurus

the vault was supported on eight massive stone piers

vault2 English Thesaurus

he vaulted over the gate

vault English-Spanish

sótano masculine

pole vault New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen as verb)

bank vault English-Spanish

cámara feminine acorazada, bóveda feminine de seguridad Latin America/América Latina

barrel vault English-Spanish

bóveda feminine de cañón

wine vault in vault English-Spanish

bodega feminine, cava feminine

groin vault in groin English-Spanish

bóveda feminine de arista

the family vault in vault English-Spanish

el panteón familiar

the vault of heaven in vault English-Spanish

la bóveda celeste literary/literario