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circle

noun uk   /ˈsɜː.kl̩/ us    /ˈsɝː-/

circle noun (SHAPE)

A2 [C] a continuous curved line, the points of which are always the same distance away from a fixed central point, or the area inside such a line: Coloured paper was cut into circles. We sat in a circle.
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circle noun (GROUP)

B2 [C] a group of people with family, work, or social connections: The subject was never discussed outside the family circle. She's not one of my close circle of friends. We never meet these days - we move in different circles (= do not have the same group of friends).
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circle noun (UPPER FLOOR)

the circle [S] UK an upper floor in a theatre or cinema where people sit to watch the performance: Shall I get seats in the circle or in the stalls?

circle

verb uk   /ˈsɜː.kl̩/ us    /ˈsɝː-/
C2 [I or T] to move in a circle, often around something: The plane circled for an hour before receiving permission to land. Security staff circled the grounds of the house with guard dogs every hour.B1 [T] to draw a circle around something: Circle the answer you think is correct.
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Traducciones de “circle”
en coreano 원형…
en árabe حَلَقة, دائرة…
en francés cercle, milieu, balcon…
en turco daire, yuvarlak, aile…
en italiano cerchio…
en chino (tradicionál) 形狀, 圓, 圓圈…
en ruso круг…
en polaco koło, okrąg, krąg…
en español círculo, anfiteatro…
en portugués círculo…
en alemán der Kreis, der Rang…
en catalán cercle, rotllana…
en japonés 円…
en chino (simplificado) 形状, 圆, 圆圈…
(Definition of circle from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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