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Spanish translation of “mathematics”

mathematics

noun singular /mӕθəˈmӕtiks/
(abbreviation maths /mӕθs, (British ) math, mӕθ/(American) the science or branch of knowledge dealing with measurements, numbers and quantities.
matemáticas
applied mathematics.
mathematical adjective of or done by mathematics
matemático
a mathematical problem a mathematical table.
very exact or accurate
matemático
the mathematical precision of Ancient Greek architecture.
mathematically adverb
matemáticamente
mathematician /-ˈtiʃən/ noun a person who is good at mathematics
matemático
For a young boy, he’s quite a mathematician!
someone who works in mathematics
matemático
He is a mathematician with a local engineering firm.
(Definition of mathematics from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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