aqueduct /ˈakwɪdʌkt/

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I. noun

1. a bridge or viaduct carrying a waterway over a valley or other gap.
2. an artificial channel for conveying water.
3.
[Anatomy] a small duct in the body containing fluid.
– origin mid 16th cent.: from obsolete French (now aqueduc), from Latin aquae ductus ‘conduit’, from aqua ‘water’ + ducere ‘to lead’.

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