ellipse in which the two axes are of equal length; a plane curve generated by one point moving at a constant distance from a fixed point
"he calculated the circumference of the circle"
set, circle, band, lot(noun)
an unofficial association of people or groups
"the smart set goes there"; "they were an angry lot"
rotary, fortune, banding, pot, roach, mint, fate, band, stripe, lot, stria, batch, raft, quite a little, passel, good deal, roundabout, muckle, isthmus, pile, traffic circle, roofy, stack, striation, mountain, rophy, destiny, plenty, round, solidifying, peck, circuit, exercise set, deal, portion, hardening, curing, caboodle, sight, flock, hatful, mickle, dance orchestra, slew, wad, heap, luck, great deal, mess, rope, bunch, mass, circumstances, solidification, draw, spate, readiness, tidy sum, set, ring, forget me drug, dress circle, stage set, bent, dance band, lap
something approximating the shape of a circle
"the chairs were arranged in a circle"
lap, circle, circuit(noun)
movement once around a course
"he drove an extra lap just for insurance"
lap, rotary, lot, roofy, set, dress circle, racing circuit, rophy, tour, roach, electrical circuit, rope, overlap, circumference, electric circuit, lap covering, roundabout, band, lick, circuit, forget me drug, traffic circle, round
traffic circle, circle, rotary, roundabout(noun)
a road junction at which traffic streams circularly around a central island
"the accident blocked all traffic at the rotary"
lap, rotary, lot, roofy, set, dress circle, rotary converter, rophy, roach, round, carousel, synchronous converter, whirligig, roundabout, band, circuit, rope, forget me drug, traffic circle, merry-go-round, carrousel
R-2, Mexican valium, rophy, rope, roofy, roach, forget me drug, circle(noun)
street names for flunitrazepan
circle, dress circle(noun)
a curved section or tier of seats in a hall or theater or opera house; usually the first tier above the orchestra
"they had excellent seats in the dress circle"
any circular or rotating mechanism
"the machine punched out metal circles"
turn, rotary, lot, roofy, round of drinks, beat, set, dress circle, rophy, unit of ammunition, roach, daily round, round, troll, rung, lap, rhythm, one shot, round of golf, cycle, roundabout, band, circuit, rope, forget me drug, traffic circle, bout, stave
travel around something
"circle the globe"
move in circles
form a circle around
"encircle the errors"
To travel around along a curved path.
The set of all points (x, y) such that \uE00025290 is a circle of radius r around the point (1, 0).
To place or mark a circle around.
Circle the jobs that you are interested in applying for.
To travel in circles.
Vultures circled overhead.
A specific group of persons.
A line comprising two semicircles of 30 yards radius centred on the wickets joined by straight lines parallel to the pitch used to enforce field restrictions in a one-day match.
A ritual circle that is casted three times deosil and closes three times widdershins either in the air with a wand or literally with stones or other itmes used for worship
English Synonyms and Antonyms
A class is a number or body of persons or objects having common pursuits, purposes, attributes, or characteristics. A caste is hereditary; a class may be independent of lineage or descent; membership in a caste is supposed to be for life; membership in a class may be very transient; a religious and ceremonial sacredness attaches to the caste, as not to the class. The rich and the poor form separate classes; yet individuals are constantly passing from each to the other; the classes in a college remain the same, but their membership changes every year. We speak of rank among hereditary nobility or military officers; of various orders of the priesthood; by accommodation, we may refer in a general way to the higher ranks, the lower orders of any society. Grade implies some regular scale of valuation, and some inherent qualities for which a person or thing is placed higher or lower in the scale; as, the coarser and finer grades of wool; a man of an inferior grade. A coterie is a small company of persons of similar tastes, who meet frequently in an informal way, rather for social enjoyment than for any serious purpose. Clique has always an unfavorable meaning. A clique is always fractional, implying some greater gathering of which it is a part; the association breaks up into cliques. Persons unite in a coterie through simple liking for one another; they withdraw into a clique largely through aversion to outsiders. A set, while exclusive, is more extensive than a clique, and chiefly of persons who are united by common social station, etc. Circle is similar in meaning to set, but of wider application; we speak of scientific and religious as well as of social circles.
A class of merchants; the senior class at (sometimes of) Harvard; the classes in college.
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How to use circle in a sentence?
We must fight against the spirit of unconscious cruelty with which we treat the animals. Animals suffer as much as we do. True humanity does not allow us to impose such sufferings on them. It is our duty to make the whole world recognize it. Until we extend our circle of compassion to all living things, humanity will not find peace.”
We dance in a circle and suppose, while the secret sits in the middle and knows.
The bigger the fake a person is , the larger the circle s/he makes around oneself of people who are only false friends.
What our product does is it actually squares the circle of the contradictions of the gold and commodity market, if you come to us and you buy one ounce of gold, you send $1,500 of Paxos tokens and we give you one ounce. That ounce is actual legal title to an ounce of gold of a bar in a vault in London.
This is only a glimpse of the many times Donald Trump has contradicted or questioned findings from the intelligence community on the subject of Russian interference in the 2016 election. Read more : Donald Trump vs. US intelligence on Russian election interferenceUkraine meddlingWhile dismissing the findings of the US intelligence community on Russian interference, Donald Trump has pushed an alternative narrative that the Ukrainian government was the real culprit in 2016 US election meddling. That theory runs contrary to existing evidence and US intelligence, and was publicly debunked by a top national security adviser during the House impeachment hearings last year. Furthermore, US intelligence officials believe this theory originates with Russia, and is intended to shift the blame.In December The Washington Post reported that, according to a former senior White House official, Donald Trump said he was sure Ukraine had meddled in the election because the murder of Jamal Khashoggi In October 2018, reports circulated that The Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi had been murdered at the Saudi Arabian consulate in Turkey. Within a month, the CIA concluded with high confidence that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had directed Khashoggi's murder, which was conducted by members of bin Salman's inner circle. But Donald Trump refused to accept that Donald Trump ally was in any way responsible for Khashoggi's murder, ignoring what the intelligence community was telling him.In a November 2018 statement issued days after the release of the CIA's report, Donald Trump said that.
Translations for circle
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- دائرة, حلقةArabic
- акружнасць, кругBelarusian
- кръжец, кръг, окръжност, орбита, обикалям, заобикалям, кръжаBulgarian
- སྒོར་སྒོར, སྒོར་དབྱིབསTibetan Standard
- òrbita, cercle, discCatalan, Valencian
- kruh, kružnice, kroužitCzech
- cirkel, kredsløb, kreds, omkredse, sætte ring omDanish
- Kreis, Zirkel, umkreisen, einkreisen, kreisenGerman
- καμπύλη, τροχιά, σφαίρα, κύκλοςGreek
- cirklo, rondoEsperanto
- órbita, círculo, curva, grupo, esfera, [[moverse]] [[en]] [[círculo]], rodear, circularSpanish
- دایره, مندلPersian
- ympyrä, rata, piiri, kaari, ympyröidä, ympäröidä, kiertääFinnish
- cercle, disque, encercler, entourer, cerclerFrench
- ciorcal, ciorclaighIrish
- cearcall, cuarsgag, buail, ràth, cruinne, cuairt, còmhlan, cuairtichScottish Gaelic
- כדור, חוג, עיגול, דיסקה, מעגל, מסלול, סיבוב, הסתובב, סב, הקיף, הקיף בעיגולHebrew
- वृत्त, चक्रHindi
- sèk, ansèkleHaitian Creole
- gömb, körlap, kör, köröz, bekarikáz, körülvesz, kHungarian
- կլորակ, շրջան, շրջապատ, շրջանագիծ, ուղեծիրArmenian
- cenacolo, circolo, gruppo, sfera, disco, associazione, curva, congrega, orbita, cerchio, cerchiare, ruotare, circondare, roteareItalian
- 円, 丸, 円形, サークル, 回る, 回転する, 周遊するJapanese
- წრე, ორბიტი, მრუდე ხაზიGeorgian
- វង់មូល, មណ្ឌលKhmer
- circus, circulus, corona, orbis, circleLatin
- KreesLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- porotītiti, porotiti, porowhitaMāori
- വൃത്തം, ഭ്രമണ പഥം, വട്ടംMalayalam
- baan, kring, cirkel, groep, omcirkelen, cirkelenDutch
- koło, krąg, kula, okrąg, okrążyć, zakreślić, obchodzić, kołować, okrążać, objeżdżać, krążyćPolish
- círculo, disco, circular, circundar, cercarPortuguese
- diyosuun, muyuyQuechua
- rudè, rudiRomansh
- круг, окружность, орбита, диск, кружок, кружить, окружать, окружить, кружитьсяRussian
- मण्डल, वर्तुल, चक्रSanskrit
- chilciu, círculu, tzírculuSardinian
- круг, krug, кружница, kružnicaSerbo-Croatian
- kruh, kružnica, zakrúžkovať, krúžiťSlovak
- krožnica, krogSlovene
- cirkel, ring, krets, cirkelskiva, inringa, omge, cirkla, ringa in, kretsaSwedish
- వృత్తము, కక్ష్య, చుట్టివచ్చుట, చుట్టుముట్టుTelugu
- แหวน, ดวง, วงกลม, ทางโค้งThai
- коло, окружність, кругUkrainian
- doira, aylanaUzbek
- vòng tròn, đường trònVietnamese
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