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cycle

noun /ˈsaikl/
a number of events happening one after the other in a certain order
ciclo
the life-cycle of the butterfly.
a series of poems, songs etc written about one main event etc
ciclo
a song cycle.
(of alternating current, radio waves etc ) one complete series of changes in a regularly varying supply, signal etc.
ciclo
cyclic adjective ( cyclical) happening repeatedly in the same order or at the same times
cíclico
Social trends appear and disappear in cyclical fashion.
cyclically adverb
cíclicamente
The safety checks are carried out cyclically on the different machines.
(Definition of cycle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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