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cylinder

noun /ˈsilində/
a solid shape or object with a circular base and top and straight sides
cilindro
Calculate the total surface area of the cylinder.
any of several pieces of machinery of this shape, solid or hollow
cilindro
The brake cylinder of his car is leaking.
a container in the shape of a cylinder
cilindro
two cylinders of oxygen.
cylindrical adjective shaped like a cylinder
cilíndrico
A beer can is cylindrical in shape.
Translations of “cylinder”
in Arabic أسطوانة…
in Korean 원기둥, 원통…
in Malaysian silinder, blok, tangki silinder…
in French cylindre, bouteille…
in Turkish silindir, merdane, (araç) silindir…
in Italian cilindro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 形狀, 圓柱體, 圓柱狀物…
in Russian цилиндр…
in Polish cylinder…
in Vietnamese hình trụ, trục, xi lanh…
in Portuguese cilindro…
in Thai รูปทรงกระบอก, กระบอก…
in German der Zylinder…
in Catalan cilindre…
in Japanese 円柱…
in Indonesian silinder, tabung…
in Chinese (Simplified) 形状, 圆柱体, 圆柱状物…
(Definition of cylinder from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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