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Translation of "algebra" - English-Spanish dictionary

algebra

noun /ˈӕldʒibrə/
(mathematics) a method of calculating using letters and signs to represent numbers
álgebra
The study of algebra is of great importance to our understanding of the natural world.
algebraic /-breiik/ adjective
algebraico
algebraic equations/formulae/fractions.
Translations of “algebra”
in Arabic الجَبْر…
in Korean 대수학…
in Malaysian algebra…
in French algèbre…
in Turkish cebir…
in Italian algebra…
in Chinese (Traditional) 代數…
in Russian алгебра…
in Polish algebra…
in Vietnamese đại số học…
in Portuguese álgebra…
in Thai พีชคณิต…
in German die Algebra…
in Catalan àlgebra…
in Japanese 代数(学)…
in Indonesian aljabar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 代数…
(Definition of algebra from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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