arcking

[ ahr-king ]
/ ˈɑr kɪŋ /

verb

a present participle of arc.

Definition for arcking (2 of 2)

arc
[ ahrk ]
/ ɑrk /

noun

Geometry. any unbroken part of the circumference of a circle or other curved line.
Also called electric arc. Electricity. a luminous bridge formed in a gap between two electrodes.Compare spark1(def 2).
Astronomy. the part of a circle representing the apparent course of a heavenly body.
anything bow-shaped.

verb (used without object), arced [ahrkt] /ɑrkt/ or arcked, arc·ing [ahr-king] /ˈɑr kɪŋ/ or arck·ing.

to form an electric arc.
to move in a curve suggestive of an arc.

Origin of arc

1350–1400; Middle English ark < Latin arcus bow, arch, curve

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH arc

arc ark
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British Dictionary definitions for arcking (1 of 2)

arc
/ (ɑːk) /

noun

verb arcs, arcing, arced, arcs, arcking or arcked

(intr) to form an arc

prefix

maths specifying an inverse trigonometric function: usually written arcsin, arctan, arcsec, etc, or sometimes sin –1, tan –1, sec –1, etc

Word Origin for arc

C14: from Old French, from Latin arcus bow, arch

British Dictionary definitions for arcking (2 of 2)

ARC

abbreviation for

AIDS-related complex: an early condition in which a person infected with the AIDS virus may suffer from such mild symptoms as loss of weight, fever, etc
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Medicine definitions for arcking (1 of 2)

arc
[ ärk ]

n.

A curved line or segment of a circle.

Medicine definitions for arcking (2 of 2)

ARC

abbr.

AIDS-related complex
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Science definitions for arcking

arc
[ ärk ]

A segment of a circle.
See electric arc.
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