culvert definition

  • noun:
    • A sewer or deplete crossing under a road or embankment.
    • The section of a road or embankment that passes over such a sewer or drain.
    • The station or conduit for such a sewer or drain.
    • A transverse station under a road or railroad when it comes to draining of water.
    • A transverse drain or waterway of masonry under a road, railroad, channel, etc.; a little bridge.
    • An arched or flat-covered strain of brickwork or masonry transported under a road, railway, canal, etc., when it comes to passing of liquid.
    • a transverse and completely enclosed strain under a road or railroad
    • A sewer or drain crossing under a road or embankment.
    • The element of a road or embankment that passes over such a sewer or strain.
    • The channel or conduit for such a sewer or strain.
    • A transverse channel under a road or railway for draining of liquid.
    • A transverse drain or waterway of masonry under a road, railroad, canal, etc.; a tiny bridge.
    • An arched or flat-covered drain of brickwork or masonry carried under a road, railroad, channel, etc., for passing of water.
    • a transverse and totally enclosed strain under a road or railroad
  • others:
    • fake; villainous.
    • False; villainous.

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