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Noun
A secure room in which valuables are stored
“If it were not for the bullion being stored in the bank's vault as collateral, the loans would not be made.”
Noun
A store or collection of things or resources
“He possessed a vault of knowledge which he had acquired during his lifetime.”
Noun
A large underground room or chamber, especially one used for storage
“The village features a winepress and an underground wine vault.”
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A chamber or compartment used for burying the dead
“Abargi seems to have been buried in a vault which was filled in with the bodies of guards and attendants, so that they might accompany their master on his journey to another world.”
Noun
An act of jumping or leaping over something
“According to some accounts, Cortés' impetuous lieutenant Alvarado escaped when he made a spectacular vault over a gap in the causeway.”
Noun
A roof in the form of an arch or a series of arches
“Inside the exhibit halls, the arched roof trusses are exposed to emphasize the great expansive vault of the structure.”
Noun
The upper atmosphere surrounding the earth (the sky)
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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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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 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 cash register or drawer for money in a shop, bank, or restaurant
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A tall cupboard, cabinet, or similar container used for storage
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A part or division of a building enclosed by walls, floor, and ceiling
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A place or point where something deviates from a straight path
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Verb
To jump, leap or spring over something
“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 physically plunge downward, especially headfirst and into water
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To move around or sideways unsteadily
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