aqueductnoun [ C ]uk /ˈæk.wə.dʌkt/ us /ˈæk.wə.dʌkt/
- About 4,000 years ago people started building special pipes called aqueducts to bring water to their homes.
- Thanks to aqueducts, there was plenty of water.
(Definition of “aqueduct” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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