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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Latin
Origin: aquaeductus, from aquae 'of water' + ductus 'act of leading'

aqueduct

noun
     
aqueduct
Related topics: Civil
aq‧ue‧duct [countable]
TEC a structure like a bridge, that carries water across a river or valley

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