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Translation of "pyramid" - English-Spanish dictionary

pyramid

noun   /ˈpɪr·ə·mɪd/
a shape with a square base and four triangular sides that meet to form a point at the top pirámide
(Definition of pyramid from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

pyramid

noun /ˈpirəmid/
a solid shape usually with a square or triangular base, and sloping triangular sides meeting in a point. pirámide
an ancient tomb built in this shape in Egypt. pirámide
pyramid discussion noun
(in foreign language teaching) a speaking activity in which learners discuss a subject in progressively larger groups until the whole class is involved in one discussion. It usually involves each group having to reach an agreement before joining another group Discusión Piramide Set up a pyramid discussion where learners discuss their opinions of the issues in pairs, then mini groups.
(Definition of pyramid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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