|1.||a conduit used to convey water over a long distance, either by a tunnel or more usually by a bridge|
|2.||a structure, usually a bridge, that carries such a conduit or a canal across a valley or river|
|3.||a channel in an organ or part of the body, esp one that conveys a natural body fluid|
|[C16: from Latin aquaeductus, from aqua water + dūcere to convey]|
|a muscular and cartilaginous structure lined with mucous membrane at the upper part of the trachea in humans, where the vocal cords are located|
|pertaining to or affecting the heart and blood vessels|
aqueduct aq·ue·duct (āk'wĭ-dŭkt')
A channel or passage in a body part or an organ.