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Translation of "circuit" - English-Spanish dictionary

circuit

noun /ˈsəːkit/
a journey or course round something
recorrido
the Earth’s circuit round the sun three circuits of the racetrack.
a racetrack, running track etc
circuito
the Grand Prix circuit at Silverstone.
(physics) the path of an electric current and the parts through which it passes
circuito
an electric circuit.
a journey or tour made regularly and repeatedly eg by salesmen, sportsmen etc
vuelta
His regular sales circuit used to take him all over the country.
circuitous /səːˈkjuitəs/ adjective (formal) round-about; not direct
tortuoso, indirecto
The taxi driver took us on a rather circuitous route to the railway station.
circuit training /ˈsəːkit ˌtreiniŋ/ noun a type of fitness training in which you do a series of different physical exercises one after the other, each for a short period of time
Circuito de Entrenamiento
circuit training for weight loss.
(Definition of circuit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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