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hemisphere

noun   /ˈhem.ɪ.sfɪər/
one of two halves of the earth, especially above or below the equator hemisferio the northern/southern hemisphere1391
half of a sphere (= ball shape) hemisferio The bush had been pruned into a perfect hemisphere.
(Definition of hemisphere from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hemisphere

noun /ˈhemisfiə/
one half of the Earth hemisferio The British Isles are in the northern hemisphere.
hemispherical /-ˈsfe-/ adjective
like half a ball in shape. hemisférico
(Definition of hemisphere from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “hemisphere”
in Vietnamese bán cầu…
in Malaysian hemisfera…
in Thai ครึ่งซีกโลก…
in French hémisphère…
in German die Halbkugel…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指地球的)半球…
in Turkish yarı küre…
in Russian полушарие…
in Indonesian belahan…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指地球的)半球…
in Polish półkula…
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