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Translation of "circulate" - English-Spanish dictionary

circulate

verb   /ˈsɜː·kjə·leɪt/ ( present participle circulating, past tense and past participle circulated)
to move around circular Hot water circulates through the pipes.
(Definition of circulate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

circulate

verb /ˈsəːkjuleit/
to (cause to) go round in a fixed path coming back to a starting-point circular Blood circulates through the body.
to (cause to) spread or pass around (news etc) hacer circular There’s a rumour/rumor circulating that she is getting married.
circulation noun
circulación The doctors want to check his blood circulation.
circulatory /-lə-/ adjective
circulatorio circulatory traffic.
(Definition of circulate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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