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Meaning of “circa” - Learner’s Dictionary

circa

preposition     /ˈsɜːkə/ ( written abbreviation c.) formal
used before a date to show that something happened at about that time: Gainsborough's painting 'The Cottage Door' (circa 1780)Approximate
Translations of “circa”
in Vietnamese khoảng (ngày tháng)…
in Spanish alrededor de, Circa, Alrededor de…
in Thai ประมาณ…
in Malaysian sekitar…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤用於年份前)大約…
in Indonesian sekitar, kira-kira…
in Russian около…
in Turkish (tarihlerden önce) civarında…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤用于年份前)大约…
in Polish około…
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