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Translation of "cluster" - English-Spanish dictionary

cluster

noun   /ˈklʌs·tər/
a group of similar things that are close together conjunto a cluster of galaxies
verb   /ˈklʌs·tər/
to form a close group apiñarse People clustered around the screen to read the exam results.
(Definition of cluster from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cluster

noun /ˈklastə/
a closely-packed group (of people or things) grupo, racimo a cluster of berries They stood in a cluster.
(Definition of cluster from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “cluster”
in Korean 무리…
in Arabic عُنقود…
in Malaysian rumpun…
in French groupe…
in Russian скопление…
in Chinese (Traditional) (同類物聚集的)串,叢,束,群…
in Italian grappolo, ciuffo…
in Turkish demet, salkım, küme…
in Polish grupa, gromada…
in Vietnamese đám, cụm…
in Portuguese agrupamento…
in Thai กลุ่ม (สิ่งของหรือคน)…
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…
in Indonesian kelompok…
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