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uk us /ˌdʒiː.əˈmet.rɪk/ (also geometrical, uk /-rɪ.kəl/ us )
A geometric pattern or arrangement is made up of shapes such as squares, triangles, or rectangles: a geometric design of overlapping circles
geometrically
geometrically patterned
 in Korean 기하학의, 기하학적인… in Arabic هَندَسي… in Portuguese geométrico… in Catalan geomètric… in Japanese 幾何学的図形の, （模様などが）幾何学的な, 幾何学の… in Italian geometrico… in Chinese (Traditional) 幾何圖形的，幾何的… in Russian геометрический… in Turkish geometrik, şekilli, geometriye ilişkin… in Chinese (Simplified) 几何图形的，几何的… in Polish geometryczny…
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