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geometry

noun [U]
 
 
/dʒiˈɒm.ə.tri/ US  /dʒiˈɑː.mə-/
the area of mathematics relating to the study of space and the relationships between points, lines, curves and surfaces
幾何學
the laws of geometry
幾何定律
a geometry lesson
幾何課
Branches and types of mathematics
the geometry of sth the way the parts of a particular object fit together
幾何形狀,幾何結構,幾何構造
the geometry of a DNA molecule
DNA 分子的幾何結構
Patterns and shapes
Translations of “geometry”
in Arabic الهَنْدَسة (في الرّياضيات)…
in Korean 기하학…
in Malaysian geometri…
in French géométrie…
in Turkish geometri…
in Italian geometria…
in Russian геометрия…
in Polish geometria…
in Vietnamese hình học…
in Spanish geometría…
in Portuguese geometria…
in Thai เรขาคณิต…
in German die Geometrie…
in Catalan geometria…
in Japanese 幾何学…
in Indonesian geometri…
in Chinese (Simplified) 几何学…
(Definition of geometry from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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