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Noun(1) a burial chamber (usually underground(2) a strongroom or compartment (often made of steel(3) an arched brick or stone ceiling or roof(4) the act of jumping over an obstacle
Verb(1) jump across or leap over (an obstacle(2) bound vigorously
(1) There is a noticeable acoustic difference between a church with a wooden roof and a similar building with a stone vault , as many choristers will testify.(2) The 35-year-old interior decorator said the burglars had found a jewellery box in his bedroom which he had forgotten to put back in a bank vault .(3) One of the most famous international heists involved the Sewer Rats, a team of seven underworld criminals led by Albert Spaggiari who targeted a bank vault in Nice, France.(4) The owner of the fossil kept it locked away in a bank vault so no one has ever been able to verify it - until now.(5) At surgery, there was a significant deformity of the cranial vault at the level of the occiput and first and second cervical vertebrae.(6) I had to wait for nearly two hours in that heat to take my first vault and that drained some of my energy.(7) the cranial vault(8) The present place was a Victorian arched vault of steel, copper and glass - a massive hall.(9) There was not a cloud in the entire vault of the sky!(10) Hatch didn't get her usual height or distance on her vault , and she also took a step after her landing.(11) Three to seven years after burial, the bones of the deceased are exhumed and placed in a family vault or a communal ossuary.(12) He was buried in the family vault in the church at Bawdsey, Suffolk.(13) However, the royal vault , which is beneath the chapel, cannot be accessed by the public.(14) Both men carried holdalls and forced the staff members into the vault of the bank, where they stole a large quantity of cash and other items.(15) His progress was briefly thwarted by the locked gate, but he managed to vault the boundary wall without breaking a sweat and disappeared down the road at superhuman speed.(16) And that cathedral is high - reaching right to the vault of the sky.
1. arched roof ::
2. cellar ::
3. safe ::
4. hurdle ::
5. jump over ::
6. overleap ::
Different Formsvault, vaulted, vaulter, vaulters, vaulting, vaults
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