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radius

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈreɪdiəs/ ( plural radii)
POINT a certain distance from a particular point in any direction
herhangi bir yöne belli bir noktadan uzaklık; yarıçaplık alan
Most facilities lie within a two-mile radius of the house.Measurements in general
CIRCLE the distance from the centre of a circle to its edge
yarıçap
Properties of circles and curvesParts of geometrical shapes
Translations of “radius”
in Korean 반경…
in Arabic نِصْف قُطْر…
in French rayon…
in Italian raggio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 長度, (圓或球體的)半徑,半徑長度, 半徑距離…
in Russian радиус, расстояние…
in Polish promień…
in Spanish radio…
in Portuguese raio…
in German der Umkreis, der Radius…
in Catalan radi…
in Japanese 半径…
in Chinese (Simplified) 长度, (圆或球体的)半径,半径长度, 半径距离…
(Definition of radius from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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