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pyramidaladjective

uk   /pɪˈræm.ɪ.dəl/ us   /pəˈræm.ə.dəl/ specialized
mathematics, medical shaped like a pyramid
medical relating to the path of groups of nerve fibres in the brain called the pyramidal tract
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Translations of “pyramidal”
in Arabic هَرمي…
in Korean 피라미드의…
in Portuguese piramidal…
in Catalan piramidal…
in Japanese ピラミッド型の, 四角錐(すい)の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 角锥体的,棱锥体的, 金字塔形的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 角錐體的,稜錐體的, 金字塔形的…
in Italian piramidale…
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