The definition of an aqueduct is a man-made tube or channel used for transporting water a long distance.(noun)
An example of an aqueduct is the Zanja Madre.
In anatomy, an aqueduct is defined as a tube that liquids pass through.(noun)
An example of an aqueduct is the aqueduct of Sylvius which is a canal that connects the third and fourth ventricles of the brain and contains cerebrospinal fluid.
See aqueduct in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: L aquaeductus < aquae, gen. of aqua, water + ductus: see duct
See aqueduct in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Latin aquaeductus
Origin: : aquae
Origin: , genitive of aqua, water; see aqua
Origin: + ductus, a leading; see duct.
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