Embranchment



[em-branch-muh nt, -brahnch-] /ɛmˈbræntʃ mənt, -ˈbrɑntʃ-/

noun
1.
a or ramification.
2.
a .
/ɪmˈbrɑːntʃmənt/
noun
1.
the process of branching out, esp by a river
2.
a branching out or ramification, as of a river or mountain range

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