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Spanish translation of “circle”

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.
(Definition of circle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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