centre of gravity Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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centre of gravitynoun [C usually singular]

(plural centres of gravity) UK (US center of gravity) uk   us  
the ​point in an ​object where ​itsweight is ​balanced
(Definition of centre of gravity from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “centre of gravity”
in Chinese (Simplified) (物体的)重心…
in Turkish yerçekim merkezi…
in Russian центр тяжести…
in Chinese (Traditional) (物體的)重心…
in Polish środek ciężkości…
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