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Translation of "centre" - English-Spanish dictionary

centre

noun /ˈsentə/ /ˈsentər/
the middle point, or middle of anything; the point or area farthest from the edge centro the centre/center of a circle the city centre/center. a place having, or designed for, a particular activity, interest etc centro a centre/center of industry a shopping centre/center a sports centre/center. the main point (of interest etc) centro Frank always wants to be the centre/center of attention. centrist /ˈsentrist/ adjective having political beliefs that are not extreme Centro Polític a centrist party.
(Definition of centre from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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