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"congruent" in British English

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congruentadjective

uk   /ˈkɒŋ.ɡru.ənt/  us   /ˈkɑːŋ-/ specialized
(Definition of congruent from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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congruentadjective

 /kənˈɡru·ənt, ˈkɑŋˌɡru·ənt/ (symbol )
geometry having the same ​size and ​shape, or ​matching in ​size and ​shape: congruent ​figuresCongruent angles geometry Congruent ​angles are ​angles that have the same ​degreemeasurement.Congruent circles geometry Congruent ​circles are ​circles that have the same ​radius (= ​measurement from the ​center to the ​edge).Congruent polygons geometry Congruent ​polygons are ​polygons (= ​flatshapes with three or more ​sides) in which the ​matchingsides are the same ​length and the ​angles have the same ​degreemeasurements.Congruent segments geometry Congruent ​segments are ​segments (= ​parts of a ​line) that are the same ​length.Congruent triangles geometry Congruent ​triangles are ​triangles that ​match one of these ​conditions: all three ​sides have the same ​length; two ​sides and the ​includedangle are the same; two ​angles and the ​includedside are the same; or two ​angles and the ​sideopposite one of them are the same as those ​parts of the other ​triangle.
congruence
noun [U]  /kənˈɡru·əns, ˈkɑŋˌɡru·əns/ geometry
(Definition of congruent from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “congruent”
in Spanish congruente…
in Vietnamese đồng dạng…
in Malaysian kongruen…
in Thai มีรูปและขนาดเดียวกัน…
in French congruent…
in German übereinstimmend…
in Chinese (Simplified) (数学图形)全等的…
in Indonesian kongruen, sebangun…
in Chinese (Traditional) (數學圖形)全等的…
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