One entry found for aqueduct.
Main Entry: aq·ue·duct
Pronunciation: primarystressak-wschwa-secondarystressdschwakt
Function: noun
Etymology: from Latin aquaeductus "aqueduct," from aquae, form of aqua "water," and ductus "act of conducting or leading" --related to DUCT
1 : an artificial channel for water; especially : one for carrying a large quantity of flowing water
2 : a structure that carries the water of a canal across a river or hollow
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