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circle

noun /ˈsəːkl/
a figure (O) bounded by one line, every point on which is equally distant from the centre/center
círculo
How do you work out the circumference of a circle?
something in the form of a circle
círculo
She was surrounded by a circle of admirers.
a group of people
círculo
a circle of close friends wealthy circles.
a balcony in a theatre/theater etc
anfiteatro
We sat in the circle at the opera.
Translations of “circle”
in Korean 원형…
in Arabic حَلَقة, دائرة…
in French cercle, milieu, balcon…
in Italian cerchio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 形狀, 圓, 圓圈…
in Russian круг…
in Turkish daire, yuvarlak, aile…
in Polish koło, okrąg, krąg…
in Portuguese círculo…
in German der Kreis, der Rang…
in Catalan cercle, rotllana…
in Japanese 円…
in Chinese (Simplified) 形状, 圆, 圆圈…
(Definition of circle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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