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circumferencenoun [C or U]

uk   /səˈkʌm.fər.əns/  us   /sɚˈkʌm.fɚ-/
the ​linesurrounding a ​circularspace, or the ​length of this ​line: the circumference of a ​circle the ​outsideedge of an ​area or ​object that is round or ​curved, or the ​length of this ​edge: the circumference of an ​orange
(Definition of circumference from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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circumferencenoun [C/U]

 us   /sərˈkəm·fər·əns/
geometry the ​distance around a ​circle: [U] Draw a ​circle 5 ​inches in circumference. A circumference is also the ​distance around the ​widestpart of a round ​object, or a ​lineenclosing a ​circularspace. The circumference of an ​area of any ​size or ​shape is ​itscompleteoutsideedge: [C] We ​walked the circumference of the ​field so we wouldn’t ​interrupt the ​game.
(Definition of circumference from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “circumference”
en coreano 원주…
en árabe مُحيط الدائرة…
in Malaysian lilitan…
en francés circonférence…
en ruso окружность…
en chino (tradicionál) 圓周, 周長, 周線…
en italiano circonferenza…
en turco daire çevresi, çember…
en polaco obwód…
en español circunferencia…
in Vietnamese chu vi…
en portugués circunferência…
in Thai เส้นรอบวง…
en alemán der Umfang…
en catalán circumferència…
en japonés 円周…
en chino (simplificado) 圆周, 周长, 周线…
in Indonesian keliling, lingkaran…
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