corbel definition

  • noun:
    • A bracket of stone, wood, brick, or any other building product, projecting from face of a wall and generally regularly support a cornice or arch.
    • A structural user jutting out of a wall to transport a superincumbent body weight.
    • A bracket supporting a superincumbent item, or getting the springtime of an arch. Corbels were used largely in Gothic design.
    • In structure, an item of rock, timber, or metal projecting from vertical face of a wall to support some superincumbent item.
    • The vase or drum associated with Corinthian column: so named from its resemblance to a basket.
    • In entomology, the truncated oval tip associated with tibia, when, such as many Rhynchophera, the insertion associated with tarsus is slightly above the tip-on the inner part.
    • A raven or crow; a corbie.
    • (architecture) a triangular bracket of brick or rock (usually of minor level)
    • A bracket of stone, wood, brick, or any other building material, projecting from the face of a wall and usually regularly help a cornice or arch.
    • A structural member jutting out of a wall to transport a superincumbent weight.
    • A bracket promoting a superincumbent item, or getting the springtime of an arch. Corbels were used mainly in Gothic design.
    • In structure, some stone, wood, or metal projecting through the vertical face of a wall to aid some superincumbent object.
    • The vase or drum for the Corinthian line: so called from the resemblance to a basket.
    • In entomology, the truncated oval tip for the tibia, whenever, such as numerous Rhynchophera, the insertion associated with tarsus is only a little over the tip-on the inner part.
    • A raven or crow; a corbie.
    • (architecture) a triangular bracket of brick or stone (usually of minor extent)
  • verb-transitive:
    • to present with or help by a corbel or corbels.
    • To provide with a corbel or corbels; to support by a corbel; to create in the shape of a corbel.
    • To provide with or assistance by a corbel or corbels.
    • To furnish with a corbel or corbels; to aid by a corbel; to produce in the shape of a corbel.
  • verb:
    • To furnish with a corbel or corbels; to guide by a corbel; to create in the shape of a corbel.
    • furnish with a corbel
    • To provide with a corbel or corbels; to support by a corbel; to create in the shape of a corbel.
    • furnish with a corbel
  • others:
    • to aid on corbels.
    • In structure, to grow by expanding each person in a string beyond usually the one below.
    • to guide on corbels.
    • In architecture, to enhance by extending each member of a series beyond the only below.

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