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cluster

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈklʌstər/
a group of similar things that are close together in a small area: There is a cluster of hi-tech businesses in the city's industrial park.
a group of similar events that happen within a small area or among a small group of people: The study will look at an apparent cancer cluster among workers at the factory.
IT a group of computers connected together to work as one larger computer and to improve their performance
Translations of “cluster”
in Korean 무리…
in Arabic عُنقود…
in French groupe…
in Turkish demet, salkım, küme…
in Italian grappolo, ciuffo…
in Chinese (Traditional) (同類物聚集的)串,叢,束,群…
in Russian скопление…
in Polish grupa, gromada…
in Spanish grupo, racimo…
in Portuguese agrupamento…
in German die Traube…
in Catalan grup…
in Japanese かたまり…
in Chinese (Simplified) (同类物聚集的)串,丛,束,群…
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