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vault

noun /voːlt/
(a room, especially a cellar, with) an arched roof or ceiling
sótano; bodega
the castle vaults.
an underground room, especially for storing valuables
cámara acorazada
The thieves broke into the bank vaults.
a burial chamber, often for all the members of a family
panteón; (en la iglesia) cripta
He was buried in the family vault.
vaulted adjective (of a roof or ceiling) arched
abovedado
The hall has a magnificent vaulted ceiling.
(of a building etc) having an arched roof or ceiling
abovedado
a vaulted chapel
(Definition of vault from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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