aqueduct

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Adapted from the Latin aquaeductus (conveyance of water), from aqua (water) + dūcō (I lead”, “I bring); compare the French aqueduc.

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aqueduct (plural aqueducts)

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  1. An artificial channel that is constructed to convey water from one location to another.
  2. A structure carrying water over a river or depression, especially in regards to ancient aqueducts.

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