- 1.1 (Architecture) pointed/round archarco ojival/de medio puntoExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 (of foot) he has fallen arches
- The result brings to mind support structures for vaulted arches (for instance Gaudi's Sagrada Familia).
- The arches supporting the weight above still held as strong as the day they were built.
- The primary structure of steel arches was chosen to span a cavernous underground cistern, part of the city's drainage system, and avoid underwater foundations.
tiene los pies planostiene pie planoExample sentences
- That feature most symbolic of entrance, the triumphal arch, is to be found only at the foot of the Capitol, where the ancient texts place it.
- Pusading's ornamental arch has a pair of stone lions and the stone wall facing them was apparently built to block their vision.
- The Corinthia consists of two curving towers, one slightly taller than the other, linked by a cavernous reception area topped by a triumphal arch.
- Start off by massaging your entire foot - heel, arch and toes.
- Flat feet, low arches, and loose ligaments also contribute to the formation of bunions.
- Most of it's standard - obviously if you spend a lot of time crouched over, you'll have a sore back - but I'm slightly worried that the arches of my feet hurt.
- 1.1 (form arch)her eyebrows archedformar un arco1.2 (follow arched trajectory)arqueó las cejaspasar trazando un arcoExample sentences
- And the tree grew thick, leafy branches that arched over the boy.
- But the reward was generous - a tremulous rainbow arched over the mountains, shaggy with greenery.
- All of a sudden, the sky cleared, became blue and a perfect rainbow arched over me with one end in the sand.
- Larry glanced at Adam, eyebrows arching in surprise.
- Louis took the letter, his eyebrows arching in surprise, and thanked the secretary.
- Her face was pale, very pale - her golden eyebrows slightly arched in surprise as she saw me.
- 1.1 (mischievous) 1.2 (superior)(tone)de superioridadExample sentences
- If my arch tone suggests some skepticism about his sincerity, it's not meant to.
- Instinctive, impulsive melodies meet melancholia and melodrama in gay tales of arch commentary and frank observation.
- They have made six shimmering albums packed with arch observations, yet their world remains small, their vision unique.
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