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  • 81arch — [ɑːtʃ] noun [C] I 1) a shape or structure with straight sides and a curved top. The curved top part is also called an arch. 2) the curved bottom part of your foot II verb [T] arch [ɑːtʃ] to make something curve The cat arched its back.[/ex] …

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  • 82Arch — Original name in latin Arch Name in other language State code CH Continent/City Europe/Zurich longitude 47.16533 latitude 7.43139 altitude 475 Population 1574 Date 2013 02 28 …

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  • 83arch — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. curve, arc, vault. See convexity, concavity, curvature. adj. cunning, roguish; preeminent, chief. See superiority. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Main] Syn. chief, main, principal; see principal . 2.… …

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  • 84arch — ɑːtʃ n. vault, upward curve; entrance with a curved top, vaulted doorway v. make arched, make vaulted, build an arch; be arched, be vaulted adj. shrewd, cunning, sly; chief, main, principal pref. chief, principal …

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  • 85arch- — combining form chief; principal: archbishop. ↘pre eminent of its kind: arch enemy. Origin via L. from Gk arkhi , from arkhos chief …

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  • 86arch — 1 noun (C) 1 a structure with a curved top and straight sides that supports the weight of a bridge or building 2 a curved structure above a door, window, or gate 3 a curved structure of bones in the middle of your foot 4 something with a curved… …

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  • 87arch — I n 1. archway, arched doorway, arched gateway; span, vault, dome, cupola, cove, coved vault, cloistered vault; bow, bend, curve, arc, convexity, camber, curvature, horseshoe; camber piece, camber slip, Anat. fornix, Math. catenary, Geom. cycloid …

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  • 88arch — 1. noun a stone arch Syn: archway, vault, span 2. verb she arched her eyebrows Syn: curve, arc, bend, bow, crook, hunch …

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  • 89arch- — UK [ɑː(r)tʃ] / US [ɑrtʃ] prefix main: used with some nouns arch enemy archbishop …

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  • 90arch- — I cvb aff. a combining form used to create nouns that denote individuals or institutions directing or having authority over others of their class (archbishop; archdiocese; archpriest); also meaning “principal” (archenemy; archrival) or… …

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  • 91-arch — a suffix meaning chief , as in monarch. {see arch } …

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  • 92arch — skliautas statusas T sritis Energetika apibrėžtis Išgaubtas denginys. atitikmenys: angl. arch vok. Gewölbe, n rus. свод, m pranc. dome, m; voûte, f …

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  • 93arch- — comb. form 1 chief, superior (archbishop; archdiocese; archduke). 2 pre eminent of its kind (esp. in unfavourable senses) (arch enemy). Etymology: OE arce or OF arche , ult. f. Gk arkhos chief …

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  • 94-arch — I. ˌärk, ˌȧk, alternatively ə(r)k in a few common words (as “monarch”) in which the preceding syllable has stress noun combining form ( s) Etymology: Middle English arke, arche, from Old French & Late Latin & Latin; Old French …

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  • 95Arch — abbreviation Archbishop …

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  • 96-arch — I. noun combining form Etymology: Middle English arche, from Anglo French & Late Latin & Latin; Anglo French arche, from Late Latin archa, from Latin arches, archus, from Greek archēs, archos, from archein ruler ; leader < matriarch > II.&#8230; …

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  • 97Arch 22 — Arche 22 13°&#160;27′&#160;37″&#160;N 16°&#160;34′&#160;57″&#160;W / 13.460353, 16.582451 …

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  • 98arch- — prefix meaning ultimate beginning …

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  • 99-arch — a combining form meaning chief, leader, ruler, used in the formation of compound words: monarch; matriarch; heresiarch. [ < Gk archos or arches, as comb. forms of árchos leader; cf. ARCHI ] * * * …

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  • 100Arch. — Archbishop. * * * …

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