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adjective Bau·haus \ˈbau̇-ˌhau̇s\

Definition of Bauhaus

  1. :  of, relating to, or influenced by a school of design noted especially for a program that synthesized technology, craftsmanship, and design aesthetics

Origin and Etymology of bauhaus

German Bauhaus, literally, architecture house, school founded by Walter Gropius

First Known Use: 1923

Rhymes with bauhaus

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an indentation on an edge or a surface

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