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Meaning of “rotary” - Learner’s Dictionary

rotary

adjective [always before noun]     /ˈrəʊtəri/
moving in a circular directionRevolving, rotating and spinning
Translations of “rotary”
in Vietnamese quay…
in Spanish rotativo…
in Thai ซึ่งหมุนรอบ…
in Malaysian berpusing…
in French rotatif…
in German kreisend…
in Chinese (Traditional) (機器)有旋轉部件的, 旋轉式的…
in Indonesian berputar…
in Russian вращающийся…
in Turkish bir eksen eterafında dönen, döner…
in Chinese (Simplified) (机器)有旋转部件的, 旋转式的…
in Polish obrotowy…
(Definition of rotary from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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