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Translation of "longitude" - English-Spanish dictionary

longitude

noun /ˈloŋɡitjuːd/
the distance, measured in degrees on the map, that a place is east or west of a standard north-south line, usually that which passes through Greenwich
longitud
What is the latitude and longitude of that town?
longitudinal adjective
longitudinal
longitudinally adverb
longitudinalmente
Translations of “longitude”
in Arabic خَطّ الطّول…
in Korean 경도…
in Malaysian garisan bujur…
in French longitude…
in Turkish boylam…
in Italian longitudine…
in Chinese (Traditional) 經度…
in Russian долгота (географическая)…
in Polish długość geograficzna…
in Vietnamese kinh độ…
in Portuguese longitude…
in Thai เส้นแวง…
in German geographische Länge…
in Catalan longitud…
in Japanese 経度…
in Indonesian garis lintang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 经度…
(Definition of longitude from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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