Definition Of vault
a large room or chamber used for storage, especially an underground one.
In recent years the British Museum the V&A and the Dulwich Picture Gallery have all reported losses from open displays or storage vaults .
a roof in the form of an arch or a series of arches, typical of churches and other large, formal buildings.
Gothic architecture has a particular look: the pointed or ogival arch, ribbed vaults , rose windows, towers, and tremendous height in the nave, supported by flying buttresses.
an act of vaulting.
Hatch didn't get her usual height or distance on her vault , and she also took a step after her landing.
leap or spring while supporting or propelling oneself with one or both hands or with the help of a pole.
he vaulted over the gate
provide (a building or room) with an arched roof or roofs.
a vaulted arcade
Example Of vault
a family vault
a wine vault
According to author Iain Sinclair, she now lies in the family vault instead.
And that cathedral is high - reaching right to the vault of the sky.
Archaeologists believe they have recovered the bones of Mozart's niece from the family vault and will perform DNA tests.