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Translation of "arch" - English-Spanish dictionary

arch

noun   /ɑːtʃ/
a curved structure that usually supports something, for example a bridge or wall arco
verb   /ɑːtʃ/
to be a curved shape or make something become a curved shape formar un arco, arquear The bridge arched over the river. She arched her back.
(Definition of arch from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

arch

noun /aːtʃ/
the top part of a door etc or a support for a roof etc which is built in the shape of a curve. bóveda
a monument which is shaped like an arch arco the Marble Arch in London.
anything that is like an arch in shape arco The rainbow formed an arch in the sky.
the raised part of the sole of the foot. empeine
arched adjective
arqueado, abovedado, en forma de arco an arched doorway.
archway noun
an arched passage, door or entrance. pórtico
(Definition of arch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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