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  1. Define fleche. fleche synonyms, fleche pronunciation, fleche translation, English dictionary definition of fleche. n. A slender spire, especially one on a church above the intersection of the nave and transept.
  2. Flèche definition, a steeple or spire, especially one in the Gothic style, emerging from the ridge of a roof. See more.
  3. Flèche definition is - spire; especially: a slender spire above the intersection of the nave and transepts of a church.
  4. Flèche, in French architecture, any spire; in English it is an architectural term for a small slender spire placed on the ridge of a church roof. The flèche is usually built of a wood framework covered with lead or occasionally copper and is generally of rich, light, delicate design, in which.
  5. Jun 03,  · (obsolete) An arrow.· (backgammon) Any of the twenty-four points on a backgammon board.· (architecture) A spire or steeple, especially of Gothic style; an object emerging from the ridge of a roof. (military, fortification) An earthwork consisting of two berms forming an angle with an open gorge. (fencing) A method of attack with a sword (foil or.
  6. Sep 18,  · Fleche definition: slender spire | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  7. flèche translation in French - English Reverso dictionary, see also 'flécher',flécher',fléchage',fléchette', examples, definition, conjugation.
  8. flèche (flĕsh, flāsh) n. A slender spire, especially one on a church above the intersection of the nave and transept. [French, arrow, flèche, from Old French, arrow, of Germanic origin; see pleu- in Indo-European roots.] flèche (fleɪʃ; flɛʃ) n 1. (Architecture) Also called: spirelet a slender spire, esp over the .

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