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dividers

noun [plural] uk   /dɪˈvaɪ.dəz/  us   /-dɚz/ UK
a piece of equipment used in mathematics consisting of two parts that are joined at one end and have sharp points at the other, used for measuring lines and angles and for making marks to show positions along lines
Translations of “dividers”
in Chinese (Traditional) 分線規, 兩角規…
in Chinese (Simplified) 分线规, 两角规…
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