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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (curved)
a. arqueado
He looked at me with a surprised face, eyebrows arched.Me miró con una cara de sorpresa, las cejas arqueadas.
2. (with arches)
a. abovedado
This church is known for its spectacular arched ceiling.Esta iglesia es conocida por su espectacular techo abovedado.
b. en forma de arco
The architect loves the Romanesque style and wants the door of the main entry to be arched.Al arquitecto le encanta el estilo románico y quiere que la puerta de la entrada principal sea en forma de arco.
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arched [ɑːtʃt]
[+roof, window, doorway] abovedado; [+bridge] con arcos; con arcadas; [+brow] arqueado;
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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