Architect - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈɑːrkɪtekt|  American pronunciation of the word architect
Brit.  |ˈɑːkɪtɛkt|  British pronunciation of the word architect

noun

- someone who creates plans to be used in making something (such as buildings) (syn: designer)

Examples

...the architect of the economic plan that rebuilt Europe after World War II...

the architect's vision for the new building

The architect discussed her plans with the builder and the contractor.

Several of the architect's most famous buildings will soon be depicted on postage stamps.

He's a talented architect but a poor diplomat.

...the architect's streamlined modern style shuns any sort of extraneous ornamentation...

...the renowned painter, sculptor, architect, and engineer, Leonardo da Vinci...

...the architect used stone carvings as setoffs for the building's marble facing...

The hotel is being built under the watchful eye of its architect.

The great architect preconceived and foreknew what he would make.

The architect suggested restoring the building.

The building is the work of architect Rafael Moneo.

The architect's brief is to design an extension that is modern but blends with the rest of the building.

Wynford was an architect of genius.

There is a certain logic in their choice of architect.

Word forms

noun
singular: architect
plural: architects
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