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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} kemer

Yolda büyük bir kemer var. - There is a huge arch over the road.

Bir gökkuşağı gökyüzünde yedi renkli kemerdir. - A rainbow is a seven-colour arch in the sky.

pref. baş
en büyük

O şimdiye kadar yaşamış en büyük mimar. - He is the greatest architect that has ever lived.

En tuhaf şey onun en büyük düşmanını kaçılmaz bir ölümden kurtarmış olmasıdır. - The strangest thing is that he saved his arch enemy from an unavoidable death.

önde gelen
tepeden bakan
hor gören
eğmeç
{f} kavis yap
en başta
en yüksek düzeyde
yay
cilveli
en yukarıda
baş

Tom başarılı bir mimar olmak istiyor. - Tom wants to be a successful architect.

Laurent Weber Portland'ın başpiskoposu. - Laurent Weber is the archbishop of Portland.

nazlı
çapkın
şen
{s} en iyisi
{s} şeytan gibi
{i} kavis
{f} (havada) kavis çizmek, yay
{f} kabarmak
{i} taban çukuru
{i} ayak tabanı kemeri
{s} kurnaz
{f} kamburlaşmak
ark,v.kavis yap: n.kavis
{f} kamburlaştırmak
(Tıp) Yay, kavis, kemer, arcus
{f} over/above üzerinde kemer oluşturmak; üzerinde kemer gibi uzanmak
ayak
{i} kemer, tak
(Biyoloji) ark

Geçmişin sırlarını arkeoloji ortaya çıkarıyor. - Archeology reveals the secrets of the past.

O bir arkeologun asistanıdır. - He is an archeologist's assistant.

{f} kamburunu çıkarmak
küçümser/çekici
(Diş Hekimliği) eğri; yay şeklinde yapı
{f} kubbelenmek
{f} kemer yapmak
eğil/bükül
{k} archaic, archaism, architect, architecture
{s} şahı
{i} ayak kemeri
{s} cin gibi
{s} şeytanca
archly cilveli bir edaarchness cilvelilik
yay çizmek
jübe
rökonstrüksiyon
archer
{i} okçu

Deve okçuları çok güçlüdür. - Camel archers are very powerful.

Bay Sato hafta sonlarında okçuluk çalışması yapar. - Mr. Sato practices archery on weekends.

arch over
Eğilmek , bombe yapmak
arch brick
kemer tuğlası
arch bridge
kemerli köprü
arch buttress
kemervari payanda
arch dam
kemer baraj
arch of the instep
ayak kemeri
arch of triumph
zafer takı
arch stone
kemer taşı
arch enemy
baş düşman; şeytan

archenemy.

arch of triumph
zafer taki
arch one's eyebrows
kasların kaldır(mak)
arch press
(Mühendislik) kemerli pres
arch rivals
ezeli rakipleri
arch supporter
ayak kemerine destek, kavis
arch bridge
(Askeri) KEMER KÖPRÜ
arch fiend
şeytan
arch of the instep
ayak tabanı kemeri
arch one's back
sırtını kamburlaştırmak
arch one's eyebrows
kaşlarını kaldırmak
arch ring
kemer kavsi
arch support
ayakkabı tabanlığı
arch the back
kamburunu çıkarmak
Arabic arch
(Mimarlık) horseshoe arch
arched
{s} kavisli
arched
{s} kemerli
concrete arch
beton kemer
barrel arch
beşikkemer
blind arch
kör kemer
blind arch
yalancı kemer
blind arch
sağır kemer
compound arch
(İnşaat) bileşik kiriş
dental arch
(Diş Hekimliği) diş arkı
fallen arch
düztaban
flat arch
(Mimarlık) düz kemer
flat arch
basık kemer
flood arch
(Coğrafya) taşkın kemeri
ground arch
(Jeoloji) arazi kemeri
jack arch
(Mimarlık) basık kemer
pressure arch
(Jeoloji) basınç kemeri
rigid arch
ankastre kemer
side arch
yan kemer
side arch
yan eğme
solid web arch
dolgu gövdeli kemer
support arch
destek kemeri
wheel arch
tekerlek bombesi
antitwilight arch
ters alacakaranlık yayı
aortic arch
aort kavisi
archness
çapkınlık
archness
kurnazlık
brick arch
tuğla kemer
bull's eye arch
daire kemer
camber arch
kamber kemeri
camber arch
kambur kemer
central arch
orta kemer
centre arch
orta kemer
circular arch
daire kemer
circular arch
dairesel kemer
compound arch
kompoze kiriş
compound arch
bileşik kemer
constant angle arch
sabit açılı kemer
drop arch
basık kemer
elliptic arch
eliptik kemer
flat arch
yassı kemer
gill arch
solungaç yayı
gothic arch
gotik kemer
horseshoe arch
atnalı kemer
inverted arch
ters kemer
jack arch
düz kemer
lancet arch
sivri kemer
lancet arch
sivri kavis
ogee arch
sivri tepeli kemer
ogee arch
deveboynu kemer
ogee arch
sivri kemer
proscenium arch
perde yerindeki kemer
relieving arch
sağır kemer
relieving arch
hafifletme kemeri
straight arch
dik kemer
trefoil arch
üç dilimli kemer
trefoil arch
yonca kemer
triumphal arch
zafer takı
tudor arch
tudor kemeri
zygomatic arch
elmacık kavisi
arched
kemer yap(mak)
minor arch
küçük kemer
moorish arch
fas kemeri
multiple arch dam
çok kemerli baraj
pubic arch
kaşık kemeri
relieving arch
hafifletme kemeri, boşaltma kemeri, sağır kemer
segmental arch
basık kemer
semicircular arch
beşik kemer, yarım daire kemer
skew arch
eğik yay
skew arch
yansı kemer, verev kemer
steel arch
çelik kemer
stilted arch
kolonlu kemer
third person singular of arch
üçüncü kişi kemer tekil
welcome arch
hoşgeldin kemer
zygomatic arch
zigomatik arch
Archer
Kavis
Archer
yay burcu
Archer
Yay
Archer
Nişançı
acute arch
(Mimarlık) lancet arch
arched
kemer yap
arched
kemerli,v.kemer yap: adj.kemerli
archer
yay [(Astronomi) ]
archer
tirendaz
archer
yay burcu [(Astronomi) ]
archer
kemankeş
archer
nişançı [(Astronomi) ]
archer
kavis [(Astronomi) ]
archer
(isim) okçu
archer
archery okçuluk
arching
kemerlenme
arching
kemer şeklini alma
archly
çekici/küçümser şekilde
archly
cilveli bir biçimde
archness
tepeden bakma durumu
archness
cilve
archness
şeytan gibi olma
basket arch
(Mimarlık) sepet kulplu kemer
blind arch
(Mimarlık) kör kemer sağır kemer yalancı kemer
bracing arch
(Mimarlık) boyunduruk kemer
broken arch
(İnşaat) kırık kemer
broken arch
(Mimarlık) kırıkkemer
catenary arch
(Mimarlık) zincir kemer
chancel arch
(Mimarlık) koro kemer
circular arch
(Mimarlık) beşikkemer
circular arch
yuvarlak eğme
circular arch analysis
dairesel kayma analizi
continuous arch
sürekli eğme
continuous arch
mütemadi kemer
convex arch
(İnşaat) konveks kemer
convex arch
(İnşaat) dışbükey kemer
cusped arch
(Mimarlık) dilimli kemer
depressed arch
(Mimarlık) basık kemer
diogonal arch
(Mimarlık) çapraz kemer
discharging arch
(Mimarlık) boşaltma kemeri hafifletme kemeri tahfif kemeri
door arch
kapı kemeri
drop arch
(Mimarlık) basık sivri kemer
elliptical arch
(Mimarlık) eliptik kemer elips kemer yumurta kemer
equilateral arch
(Mimarlık) eşkenar kemer basık sivri kemer
expansion arch
(Diş Hekimliği) angle' ın köşeli ark ( edge wise ) tekniğini geliştirmeden önce uyguladiği, azı halkalarındaki yatay tüplere vida ve somun sistemi ile bağlanan, kalın ( 0.9 mm ) yuvarlak kesitli, köklerin yerini değiştirmeden sadece kronları eğim ( version ) yolu ıle
fixed arch
saplanma eğme
flat arch
(Mimarlık) düz kemer düzatkı
floor arch
(İnşaat) volta döşeme
floor arch
(İnşaat) döşeme kemeri
floor arch
(Mimarlık) volta kemeri döşeme voltası
foiled arch
(Mimarlık) cusped arch
gravity arch dam
kemer ağırlık barajı
gravity arch dam
(İnşaat) kemerli ağırlık barajı
inclined angle of arch
kemer merkez açısı
inclined barrel arch
eğik beşik kemer
inner arch
iç kemer
lingual arch
(Diş Hekimliği) daha çok alt çenede kullanılan, ark telinin dişlerin lingualinden geçtiği sabit ortodontik aparey
masonry arch
(İnşaat) kagir kemer
masonry arch bridge
(Askeri) kagir kemer köprü
masonry arch bridge
(Askeri) KARGIR KEMER KÖPRÜ: Bir veya daha çok kargır kemer üzerine oturtulmuş köprü. Daha çok kısa açıklıklarda inşa edilir
masonry arch dam
(İnşaat) kagir kemer baraj
multiple arch dam
(İnşaat) çok payandalı baraj
open spandrel arch bridge
(Askeri) AÇIK SPANDREL KEMER KÖPRÜ: Tabiliye ile kemer arası (boş) bırakılan beton kemer köprü
outer arch
dış kemer
overhung arch
(Mimarlık) bindirme kemer
raised arch
(İnşaat) kalkık kemer
rampant arch
(Mimarlık) abanık kemer
rear arch
(İnşaat) iç kemer
reflex arch
(Fizyoloji) refleks halkası
relieving arch
(İnşaat) boşaltma kemeri
rood arch
koro ile cemaat arasındaki kemer
roof arch
tavan kemeri
round arch
yarım dairelik kemer [mim.]
steel arch support
çelik kemer destek
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
An arc; a part of a curve
An inverted U shape
An arch-shaped arrangement of trapezoidal stones, designed to redistribute downward force outward
To form into an arch shape

The cat arched its back.

Principal; primary

The man is my arch rival, without him I would have no competition.

An architectural element having the shape of an arch
Knowing, clever, mischievous

I attempted to hide my emotions, but an arch remark escaped my lips.

{n} a curve line, or part of a circle, any work in that form, or covered by an arch
{v} to form an arch
{a} chief, notorious, waggish
[n] the curved or pointed opening of a support (like the top of a doorway or window)
A chief
Any place covered by an arch; an archway; as, to pass into the arch of a bridge
Usually a curved member made up of separate wedge-shaped solids, with the joints between them disposed in the direction of the radii of the curve; used to support the wall or other weight above an opening
a curved shape in the vertical plane that spans an opening
In this sense arches are segmental, round i
A culvert section forming an arc of a circle (usually less than 180?) and having a natural substrate for its base, that is, a bottomless culvert (3) Types of arches include squash, elliptical, half-round and plate, and they can be high or low profile See Culvert, Bottomless Culvert, Arch Pipe and contrast with Pipe-Arch
(used of behavior or attitude) characteristic of those who treat others with condescension
(of persons) highest in rank or authority or office; "his arch rival"
A curved, load-carrying monolithic or composite structure or member which spans an opening or recess and is essentially in compression Loads supported by an arch are resolved into vertical and horizontal forces at supports Before the advent of structural steel, masonry arches of a variety of shapes provided a major means of achieving long spans in buildings or structures
To form into an arch; to curve
An architectural element used to span the space between two posts Arch's shapes can vary but true arches are always constructed of wedge-shaped blocks called voussoirs Arches, though more difficult to construct, can span greater distances between columns or piers and support greater loads than the simple lintel Basic aches appear as a semicircle supported on two vertical elements
To cover with an arch or arches
Autoregressive Conditional Heteroscedasticity A time-series technique in which past observations of the variance are used to forecast future variances See also GARCH
Can be round-headed, pointed, two-centered, or drop; ogee - pointed with double curved sides, upper arcs lower concave; lancet - pointed formed on an acute-angle triangle; depressed - flattened or elliptical; corbelled - triangular, peaked, each stone set a little further in until they meet, with a large capstone
n an opening in a rock fin that allows light to pass through, must be at least three feet in at least one dimension, formed mostly by gravity and wind erosion; see also window and erosional landform
The curved or pointed top on a door or open entryway Arches come in many different shapes and styles
natural curved archway created by the coastal erosion of a headland
A curved structure so built that the stones or other component parts support each other by mutual pressure and can sustain a load, of the foot, the part from head to toes of the body structure, normally having an upward curve
form an arch or curve; "her back arches"; "her hips curve nicely"
To form or bend into the shape of an arch
A curved structural member spanning an opening or recess The wedge shaped elements that make up an arch keep one another in palce and transform the vertical pressure of the structure above into lateral pressure; Can be round-headed, pointed, two-centered, or drop; ogee - pointed with double curved sides, upper arcs lower concave; lancet - pointed formed on an acute-angle triangle; depressed - flattened or elliptical; corbelled - triangular, peaked, each stone set a little further in until they meet, with a large capstone Parts of an arch: keystone, soffit, spring line, springer, voussoir Measurements of an arch: rise, span Related architectural elements: arcade, cusp, hood moulding, spandrel, tympanum
Any curvature in the form of an arch; as, the arch of the aorta
[arch] Stonework which spans an opening; allowed designers to make the openings much larger See: blunt-arch, circular-, corbel-
{f} make arched, make vaulted, build an arch; be arched, be vaulted
Structure, usually curved, spanning an opening and supporting the weight of upper parts of buildings, such as domes An arch is designed so that it can be supported only from the sides The style of the arch often provides a clue to the overall style of the church In general, rounded arches indicate Romanesque and pointed arches indicate Gothic Other common types of arches are basket, discharging, drop, elliptical, four-centered, horseshoe (also known as Moorish), lancet, ogee, pointed, relieving, segmental, shouldered, stilted, Tudor and trefoil
{s} shrewd, cunning, sly; chief, main, principal
(architecture) a masonry construction (usually curved) for spanning an opening and supporting the weight above it a passageway under an arch a curved bony structure supporting or enclosing organs (especially arches of the feet) a curved shape in the vertical plane that spans an opening form an arch or curve; "her back arches"; "her hips curve nicely"
a passageway under an arch
If you arch a part of your body such as your back or if it arches, you bend it so that it forms a curve. Don't arch your back, keep your spine straight
curved architectural element which joins two parts of a construction Which an either be: - round headed arch ( a perfect semi-circle)- pointed arch (the high part forming an angle)- horseshoe shaped (the diameter exceeding the opening)
{i} vault, upward curve; entrance with a curved top, vaulted doorway
A prefix signifying chief, as in archbuilder, archfiend
A suffix meaning a ruler, as in monarch (a sole ruler)
Primary among many
An arch is a structure that is curved at the top and is supported on either side by a pillar, post, or wall
A curved structure that converts the downward compression force of its own weight, and of any weight pressing down on top of it, into a force along its curve Thhis results in an outward and downward force along the sides and base of the arch
An arch is a curved line or movement. = arc
Cunning or sly; sportively mischievous; roguish; as, an arch look, word, lad
A position in which the body is curved backwards
Any part of a curved line
pref. chief, principal
A structural device that supports a vertical load by translating it into axial, inclined forces; a means of spanning an opening by resolving vertical pressure into horizontal or diagonal thrust
This is the overall architecture It is the same as BFD's use of arch
a curved bony structure supporting or enclosing organs (especially arches of the feet)
A curved structure that supports weight over an area, such as a doorway
knowing, clever
If you arch your eyebrows or if they arch, you move them upwards as a way of showing surprise or disapproval. `Oh really?' he said, arching an eyebrow. = raise see also arched. to form or make something form a curved shape. Curved structure that spans the opening between two piers or columns and supports loads from above. The masonry arch provides the stepping stone from the post-and-beam system to the evolution of the vault, and was first widely used by the Romans. Its construction depends on a series of wedge-shaped blocks (voussoirs) set side by side in a semicircular curve or along two intersecting arcs (as in a pointed arch). The central voussoir is called the keystone, and the two points where the arch rests on its supports are known as the spring points. An arch can carry a much greater load than a horizontal beam of the same size and material, because downward pressure forces the voussoirs together instead of apart. The resulting outward thrust must be resisted by the arch's supports. Present-day lightweight monolithic (one-piece) arches of steel, concrete, or laminated wood are highly rigid, and thereby minimize horizontal thrust. natural arch triumphal arch Arches National Park archer fish
Chief; eminent; greatest; principal
Highly placed in a hierarchy, particularly used of church officials
A curved structure that carries the weight over an opening
(architecture) a masonry construction (usually curved) for spanning an opening and supporting the weight above it
round-headed, ie semi-circular; pointed, ie consisting of two curves, each drawn from one centre, and meeting in a point at the top; segmental, ie in the form of a segment
The pointed arch is widely regarded as the main identifiable feature of Gothic architecture (distinct from the round arch of the Romanesque period) The three most common Gothic arches are the Equilateral, Lancet and Tudor
n Position skydivers use to orient the front of their torso to the relative wind Described, it is hips forward with back arched; legs extended to 45 degrees, toes pointed; knees at shoulder width; arms bent 90-120 degrees at the shoulders and elbows and relaxed; head up
ARCH is an Oracle background process created when you start an instance in ARCHIVE LOG MODE The ARCH process will archive on-line redo log files to some backup media
expert in skulduggery; "an arch criminal"
semicircular, or pointed
A structural form in a building that spans openings by arranging wedge-shaped blocks (voussoirs), such that the pressure exerted by the part of the building above the opening is channeled to the vertical supports of the arch on either side of the opening; there are many varients of the form of the true arch; most common is the semicircular, curved type, but also known are the stilted, segmental, skewed, three centered and flat arch; a false arch can be formed by other means such as corbelling
A flat arch is a member constructed of stones cut into wedges or other shapes so as to support each other without rising in a curve
arch dell
The head of a gang of female canters or gypsies (1811 Dictionary of Vulgar Tongue)
arch dells
plural form of arch dell
arch doxies
plural form of arch doxy
arch doxy
The head of a gang of female canters or gypsies (1811 Dictionary of Vulgar Tongue)
arch duke
A comical or eccentric peron. (1811 Dictionary of Vulgar Tongue)
arch dukes
plural form of arch duke
arch rogue
The chief of a gang of thieves or gypsies
arch-
chief, highest, most extreme
arch brick
A wedge-shaped brick used in the building of an arch
arch enemy
greatest foe, leading adversary
arch nudnik
one who nags a lot, pest, nuisance, bore
arch stone
A wedge-shaped stone used in an arch; a voussoir
arch support
a support for the arch of the foot
arch(a)
(of persons) highest in rank or authority or office; "his arch rival"
arch(a)
expert in skulduggery; "an arch criminal
arch-
Arch- combines with nouns referring to people to form new nouns that refer to people who are extreme examples of something. For example, your arch-rival is the rival you most want to beat. Neither he nor his arch-rival, Giuseppe De Rita, won. his arch-enemy. Variant of archi-. belonging to the highest class or rank
arch-fiend
chief fiend, Satan
-arch
leading, leader
Archer
Sagittarius
Archer
An occupational surname for a bowman
Arches
Arches National Park, a national park in Utah
B.Arch.
Bachelor of Architecture
D.Arch.
Doctor of Architecture
Gothic arch
An arch in the shape of ogive
aortic arch syndrome
Takayasu's arteritis
arched
Simple past tense and past participle of arch. (to curve)
archer
One who shoots an arrow from a bow or a bolt from a crossbow
archer
Comparative form of arch: more arch
archness
The state of being arch; cleverness

Marianne was surprised and confused, yet she could not help smiling at the quiet archness of his manner.

cycloidal arch
An arch that has a cycloidal shape, the diameter of the circle is half the span of the arch
lancet arch
A sharp pointed arch used in doors and windows, etc. This type of architecture was peculiar to England in the 13th Century
oblique arch
An arch whose span is not at right angles to the face
proscenium arch
the arch that frames a stage, and separates it from the auditorium
triumphal arch
A monumental arch that commemorates a victory
vertebral arch
The posterior part of a vertebra
zygomatic arch
An arch formed by the zygomatic process of temporal bone and the temporal process of the zygomatic bone
arched
{a} bent in form of an arch, vaulted
archer
{n} one who shoots or fights with a bow
Admiralty Arch
a large arch (=a structure with a curved top and straight sides) in central London, between the Mall and Trafalgar Square
An arch
arc

This grammatical construction is archaic. - This is an archaic grammatical construction.

That is an archaic expression. - That's an archaic expression.

Gateway Arch
a very large arch in the city of St Louis, Missouri, in the US, that is sometimes used in pictures to represent St Louis
Gothic arch
A pointed arch, especially one with a jointed apex
Marble Arch
a large white stone arch in central London, where several big roads meet, including Oxford Street and Park Lane. It was built to celebrate the military victories of Nelson
Roman arch
A semicircular arch
Roman arch
semicircular arch
abutment arch
an arch supported by an abutment
adjective arch 3
amused because you think you understand something better than other people
alveolar arch
the part of the upper or lower jawbones in which the teeth are set
aortic arch
The part of the aorta that connects the ascending(just as it leaves the heart) with the descending aorta It is significant for two major reasons The major vessels to the head and arms branch off the aortic arch Baroreceptors and chemoreceptors are located on the aortic arch Press the "back" button to return to where you came from
aortic arch
the curved portion of the aorta (the large blood vessel that carries oxygen-rich blood away from the heart to the body)
aortic arch
One of a series of paired arteries in a vertebrate embryo that connects the ventral arterial system to the dorsal arterial system
aortic arch
the part of the aorta that arches and turns downward
arched
{s} vaulty
arched
An arched roof, window, or doorway is curved at the top
arched
Curved
arched
forming or resembling an arch; "an arched ceiling"
arched
Made with an arch or curve; covered with an arch; as, an arched door
arched
past of arch, to curve
arched
An arched bridge has arches as part of its structure. a fortified arched bridge spanning the River Severn
arched
constructed with or in the form of an arch or arches; "an arched passageway
arched
{s} vaulted, curved
arched
constructed with or in the form of an arch or arches; "an arched passageway"
arched
To have made curved
archer
comparative of arch
archer
a person who is expert in the use of a bow and arrow
archer
A bowman, one skilled in the use of the bow and arrow
archer
A man wielding a bow, an early form of artillery used with great effect during the Hundred Years War by Edward III Most archers of the 14th century were armed with a padded jupon, mail shirt, or light brigandine Some also carried light swords and helmets such as the chapel de fer, but the majority were probably barely able to field more than themselves, a knife, and their bow / quiver of arrows Gradually replaced during the 15th century by the Arbalestier (crossbowman) and in the 16th century by the rifleman and cannon, the use of archers was a first step towards combined arms in an era dominated by heavy cavalary Masses archers could destroy a mounted unit of cavalry or infantry if they could get in enough volleys before being crushed underhoof
archer
the ninth sign of the zodiac; the sun is in this sign from about November 22 to December 21
archer
{i} bowman, one proficient in the use of bow and arrows
archer
a shooter with the bow (1 Chr 10: 3) This art was of high antiquity (Gen 21: 20; 27: 3) Saul was wounded by the Philistine archers (1 Sam 31: 3) The phrase "breaking the bow" (Hos 1: 5; Jer 49: 35) is equivalent to taking away one's power, while "strengthening the bow" is a symbol of its increase (Gen 49: 24) The Persian archers were famous among the ancients (Isa 13: 18; Jer 49: 35; 50: 9, 14, 29, 42 (See BOW)
archer
(astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Sagittarius
archer
An archer is someone who shoots arrows using a bow. someone who shoots arrows from a bow (arcarius, from arcus; ARC)
arches
Third person singular of arch
arches
pl
arches
of Arch, n
archest
superlative of arch
arching
The arched part of a structure
arching
forming or resembling an arch; "an arched ceiling"
arching
In the case of a buried structure, it is the tendency for the soil particles to lock together in the form of an arch, with the result that part of the stress is transmitted around the structure instead of through it
arching
Occasionally used as descriptive of the same phenomenon as the term "hogging "
arching
Hogging; opposed to sagging
arching
fracture processes around a mine opening leading to stabilization by an arching effect
arching
present participle of arch
arching
Fracture processes around a mine opening, leading to stabilization by an arching effect
arching
The transfer of stress from a yielding part of a soil or rock mass to adjoining less-yielding or restrained parts of the mass
archly
in a sly manner, craftily, cunningly
archly
in an arch manner; slyly
archly
In an arch manner; with attractive slyness or roguishness; slyly; waggishly
archly
with playful slyness or roguishness
archness
The quality of being arch; cleverness; sly humor free from malice; waggishness
archness
inappropriate playfulness
archness
{i} mischievousness, sauciness; slyness; innocent playfulness
archness
the state of being arch
bell arch
a round arch resting on corbels
broken arch
an arch with a gap at the apex; the gap is usually filled with some decoration
camber arch
an arch with a straight horizontal extrados and a slightly arched intrados
corbel arch
n. An archlike structure in which the sides are formed by corbeling
corbel arch
(architecture) an arch constructed of masonry courses that are corbelled until they meet
drop arch
a blunt pointed arch drawn from two centers within the span
flat arch
an arch with mutually supporting voussoirs that has a straight horizontal extrados and intrados
gill arch
one of the bony or cartilaginous arches on each side of the pharynx that support the gills of fishes and aquatic amphibians
gothic arch
A pointed arch A major characteristic of the Gothic style
gothic arch
an arch in which the intrados surface has two equal cylinder segments intersecting obtusely at the crown
gothic arch
a pointed arch; usually has a joint (instead of a keystone) at the apex
hemal arch
a structure arising ventrally from a vertebral centrum and enclosing the caudal blood vessels
lancet arch
an acutely pointed Gothic arch, like a lance
lancet arch
An arch that is narrow and pointed like the head of a spear
lingual arch
{i} (Dentistry) orthodontic wire fastened from molar to molar in the inside of a person's teeth
maya arch
A form of corbel arch employing regular small corbels
mayan arch
A form of corbel arch employing regular small corbels
metatarsal arch
the short lateral arch formed by the heads of the metatarsals
moorish arch
a round arch that widens before rounding off
neural arch
a structure arising dorsally from a vertebral centrum and enclosing the spinal cord
neural arch
A bony or cartilaginous arch that arises from the dorsal side of a vertebra to enclose the spinal cord
ogee arch
a pointed arch having an S-shape on both sides
pier arch
an arch supported on piers
pointed arch
an arch with a pointed apex
proscenium arch
The arch separating the audience area from the main stage area The term derives from the Roman playhouse, in which the proscenium (literally, pro skene, or "in front of the stage") was the facing wall of the stage Modern thrust and arena stages have no proscenium
proscenium arch
In theatrical design, the arch that frames a stage, separating it from the auditorium
proscenium arch
Opening through which audience views a performance Usually just called the proscenium, is seldom actually arched in modern construction
proscenium arch
The opening in the proscenium through which the audience views a performance
proscenium arch
Abbrev to Pros The archway which separates the stage and the auditorium
proscenium arch
the arch over the opening in the proscenium wall
proscenium arch
A stage where the audience are on one side, usually separated by a high arch or "window"
proscenium arch
The opening in the proscenium wall through which the audience views a performance Usually just called the proscenium
proscenium arch
An arch framing the stage which separates the actors and audience
proscenium arch
an arch over the front of a stage; the proscenium serves as a "frame" for the action on stage Close Window
rampant arch
an arch whose support is higher on one side than on the other
roman arch
a round arch drawn from a single center
round arch
an arch formed in a continuous curve
rowlock arch
an arch that is formed with more than one concentric row of voussoirs
safety arch
an undecorated arch that is included in order to strengthen or support a construction
scoinson arch
an arch that supports part of the wall
segmental arch
An arch in which the curve is a less than semicircular segment of a circle
segmental arch
a shallow arch; an arch that is less than a semicircle
shouldered arch
an arch consisting of a horizontal lintel supported at each end by corbels that project into the aperture
skeen arch
an arch whose height is less than half its width
skew arch
slanted arch, oblique arch
skew arch
An arch having sides not at right angles to the face of its abutments
skew arch
an arch whose jambs are not at right angles with the face
steel arch bridge
a steel bridge constructed in the form of an arch
sunken arch
an instep flattened so the entire sole rests on the ground
three-centered arch
a round arch whose inner curve is drawn with circles having three centers
transverse arch
An arch whose span is at right angles to the length of a vaulted space
trefoil arch
a pointed arch having cusps in the intrados on either side of the apex
trimmer arch
an arch built between trimmers in a floor (to support the weight of a hearth)
triumphal arch
a monumental archway; usually they are built to commemorate some notable victory
triumphal arch
gate of victory, decorated and splendid gate in honor of a respected guest
triumphal arch
Monumental structure, originating in Rome, pierced by at least one arched passageway and erected to honour an important person or commemorate a significant event. It usually spanned a street or roadway and was built astride the line of march of a victorious army during its triumphal procession. Most were built during the empire period. The basic form consisted of two piers connected by an arch and crowned by a superstructure, or attic, that served as a base for statues and bore inscriptions. The large central arch could also be flanked by two smaller arches. The Roman triumphal arch had a facade of marble columns, and the archway and sides were adorned with relief sculpture. Among those built since the Renaissance is the Arc de Triomphe in Paris
trumpet arch
a conical squinch
arch
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