Arc-boutant



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The flying buttress, or arc-boutant is carried across by an arch from one wall to another.
The Children of Westminster Abbey Rose G. Kingsley

noun (pl) arcs-boutants (arkbutɑ̃)
another name for flying buttress

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  • Arc cosecant

    the angle, measured in radians, that has a cosecant equal to a given number. Symbol: csc −1. Abbreviation: arc csc; arc cosecant The inverse of the cosecant function.

  • Arc cosine

    Trigonometry. the angle, measured in radians, that has a cosine equal to a given number. Symbol: cos −1. Abbreviation: arc cos; arc cosine The inverse of the cosine function.



  • Arc cotangent

    the angle, measured in radians, that has a cotangent equal to a given number. Symbol: cot −1. Abbreviation: arc cot. arc cotangent The inverse of the cotangent function.

  • Arc cos

    . arc cosine



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