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Translation of "sphere" - English-Spanish dictionary

sphere

noun /sfiə/
a solid object with a surface on which all points are an equal distance from the centre, like eg most types of ball.
esfera
spherical /ˈsferikəl/ adjective completely round, like a ball
esférico
It is now known that the world is not flat, but spherical a spherical object.
Translations of “sphere”
in Arabic كُرة…
in Korean 구, 구체…
in Malaysian sfera…
in French sphère…
in Turkish çalışma/bilgi alanı/sahası, küre, yuvarlak…
in Italian sfera…
in Chinese (Traditional) 圓形物體, 球,圓球, 球狀物…
in Russian сфера, поле (деятельности)…
in Polish sfera, kula…
in Vietnamese hình cầu, quả cầu…
in Portuguese esfera…
in Thai รูปทรงกลม…
in German die Kugel…
in Catalan esfera…
in Japanese 球, 球体, 球形…
in Indonesian bulatan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 圆形物体, 球,圆球, 球状物…
(Definition of sphere from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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