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protractor

noun [C] uk   us   /prəˈtræk.tər/
a device used for measuring and drawing angles. It is usually in the form of half a circle made from transparent plastic with degrees printed on it.
Translations of “protractor”
in Arabic مَنقَلة…
in Korean 각도기…
in Malaysian jangka sudut…
in French rapporteur…
in Italian goniometro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 量角器, 分度規…
in Vietnamese thước đo góc…
in Spanish transportador…
in Portuguese transferidor…
in Thai ไม้โปรแทรคเตอร์…
in German der Transporteur…
in Catalan transportador…
in Japanese 分度器…
in Indonesian protraktor, busur dejarat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 量角器, 分度规…
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