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Noun
A large room or chamber used for storage, especially an underground one
“The warehouse has been specifically designed for storage of records and media products, with a media vault geared to holding tapes, CDs and DVD's.”
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A roof in the form of an arch or a series of arches, typical of churches and other large, formal buildings
“The vault of the naves was completed in 1378 and that over the aisles two years later.”
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A secure room in a bank in which valuables are stored
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“The star of the 4-2 Wembley win over West Germany had kept the medal in a bank vault but the Hammers want the commemorative piece to form one of the main attractions in the club museum.”
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An act of vaulting
“I had to wait for nearly two hours in that heat to take my first vault and that drained some of my energy.”
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The upper atmosphere surrounding the earth (the sky)
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The floor of a building which is partly or entirely below ground level
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The act of throwing one's body up and around in the air
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A prison or vault, typically built underground, beneath a castle
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A graveyard
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An apparatus featuring a flat, large, and cushioned surface almost parallel to the floor sloping downward at the end closest to the springboard
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A sturdy box with a lock for storing valuables
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A building dedicated to objects of scientific, historical, cultural or artistic value
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The upper interior surface of a room or other similar compartment
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A tall cupboard or wardrobe with a door, used for storage
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A cash register or drawer for money in a shop, bank, or restaurant
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A place or point where something deviates from a straight path
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Verb
Leap or spring while supporting or propelling oneself with one or both hands or with the help of a pole
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“Ticket barriers at stations slow down passenger flow, but the determined non-payer can still vault over them, or sneak through behind a legitimate ticketholder.”
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Extend across or be situated on both sides of
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To grow larger or more numerous
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To rebound or ricochet off something
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Go head over heels
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To overcome a difficulty or obstacle
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To physically plunge downward, especially headfirst and into water
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To move around or sideways unsteadily
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