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trapezium

noun [C] uk   us   /trəˈpiː.zi.əm/ (plural trapezia uk   /trəˈpiː.zi.ə/ us   or trapeziums) specialized

trapezium noun [C] (shape)

UK mathematics a flat shape with four sides, where two of the sides are parallel
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US mathematics a flat shape with four sides, where no sides are parallel
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trapezium noun [C] (bone)

anatomy a bone in the wrist at the base of the thumb
Translations of “trapezium”
in Vietnamese hình thang…
in Spanish Trapecio…
in Thai รูปสี่เหลี่ยมคางหมู, รูปสี่เหลี่ยมด้านไม่เท่า…
in Malaysian trapezium, trapezoid…
in Chinese (Traditional) 梯形…
in Indonesian trapesium…
in Chinese (Simplified) 梯形…
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