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cube

noun /kjuːb/
a solid body having six equal square faces
cubo
an ice cube.
(mathematics) the result of multiplying a number by itself twice
cubo
The cube of 4 = 4  4  4 = 43 = 64.
cubic adjective shaped like a cube
cúbico
the cubic shape of the crystals.
cube root noun (mathematics) the number of which a given number is the cube
raíz cúbica
The cube root of 64 is 4.
cubic centimetre, metre etc noun ( abbreviation cc) ( (also cubic centimeter, meter etcAmerican)) the volume of, or the volume equivalent to, a cube whose sides measure one centimetre, metre etc
centímetro cúbico
This jug holds 500 cubic centimetres/centimeters.
Translations of “cube”
in Korean 정육면체…
in Arabic مُكَعَّب…
in French cube…
in Italian cubo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 形狀, 立方體, 立方形的東西…
in Russian куб, кубик…
in Turkish küp…
in Polish kostka, sześcian…
in Portuguese cubo…
in German der Würfel, die Kubikzahl…
in Catalan cub…
in Japanese 立方体…
in Chinese (Simplified) 形状, 立方体, 立方形的东西…
(Definition of cube from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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