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Translation of "perimeter" - English-Spanish dictionary

perimeter

noun   /pəˈrɪm.ɪ.tər/
the outer edge of an area of land or the border around it perímetro Protesters cut a hole in the perimeter fence. A river runs along one side of the field’s perimeter.1716
specialized mathematics the length of the outer edge of a shape perímetro 17161391
(Definition of perimeter from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

perimeter

noun /pəˈrimitə/
the outside edge of any area perímetro the perimeter of the city the perimeter of a circle.
(Definition of perimeter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “perimeter”
in Vietnamese chu vi…
in Malaysian sempadan…
in Thai เส้นรอบวง…
in French périmètre…
in German der Umkreis…
in Chinese (Simplified) 周边,边缘, 周,周长…
in Turkish (alan, yer, bölge) çevre…
in Russian периметр, внешняя граница…
in Indonesian pinggir…
in Chinese (Traditional) 周邊,邊緣, 周,周長…
in Polish obwód…
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