circle

ˈsəkl

Перевод:

Noun: круг окружность кружок кольцо
Verb: кружиться вращаться окружать двигаться по кругу

Фразы:

centesimal circle graduation - сотенное деление круговой шкалы

close / closed / intimate / narrow circle - узкий круг, круг избранных, круг приближённых

exclusive / select / high circle - элита, элитарное общество

to describe / draw a circle - начертить круг, описать окружность

circle circumscribed about triangle - окружность, описанная около треугольника

motion in a circle - движение по окружности

quadrature of a circle - квадратура круга

within the Polar circle - за полярным кругом

to arrange in a circle - располагать(ся) по кругу циклическом порядке

small circle - малый круг

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Примеры:

Drake circled the globe - Дрейк объехал вокруг земного шара

I want you all to stand in a circle. - Я хочу, чтобы вы все встали в круг.

Circle the correct answer. - Обведите правильный ответ кружком.

Arctic Circle - Северный полярный круг

There are 360 degrees in a circle. - В окружности — триста шестьдесят градусов.

He's well-known in fashionable circles. - Он хорошо известен в светских кругах.

In the circle of seas. - В кольце морей.

She circled the correct answer. - Она обвела правильный ответ кружочком.

They circled the island seven times. - Они семь раз обошли вокруг острова.

He drew a perfect circle. - Он начертил идеальный круг.

Within the circle of life. - Пока длится жизнь.

Measure the radius of the circle. - Измерьте радиус круга.

She drew a circle around the correct answer. - Она обвела кружком правильный ответ.

Antarctic Circle - Южный полярный круг

Cut the pastry into circles. - Нарежьте тесто кружочками.

She has a large circle of friends. - У неё широкий круг друзей.

The news was well known in the circle. - В округе об этом хорошо знали.

Draw a circle 10cm in diameter. - Нарисуйте круг диаметром 10 см.

The halfback circled to the left. - Полузащитник описав круг, сместился влево.

I circled a rice meadow with dikes. - Я окружил рисовое поле канавами.

The chairs were arranged in a circle. - Стулья были расставлены по кругу.

She is well-known in banking circles. - Её хорошо знают в банковских кругах.

His arms circled around his wife's waist. - Его руки обхватили талию жены.

Bend a wire into a circle. - Согните из проволоки кольцо.

Other planets circle other suns. - Другие планеты обращаются вокруг других солнц.

There are 360 degrees in a circle. - В окружности — триста шестьдесят градусов.

Please move clockwise in a circle. - Пожалуйста, двигайтесь по кругу по часовой стрелке.

a circle circumscribed by a square - круг, который вписан в квадрат

A hawk flew in a circle, screaming. - Крича, летал кругами ястреб.

They all joined hands in a big circle. - Они все, взявшись за руки, объединились в большой круг.

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Связанные термины:

circle time: a time in which pre-school or primary school children sit in a circle and take turns to speak, usually with possession of a circulated object being the sign of whose turn it is

corn circle: any of various patterns, usually wholly or partly consisting of ring shapes, formed by the unexplained flattening of cereals growing in a field

crop circle: any of various patterns, usually wholly or partly consisting of ring shapes, formed by the unexplained flattening of cereals growing in a field

dip circle: an instrument for measuring dip, consisting of a dip needle with a vertical circular scale of angles

full circle: to the original place, source, or state through a cycle of developments (usually used in the phrase come full circle )

half-circle: one half of a circle

hour circle: a great circle on the celestial sphere passing through the celestial poles and a specified point, such as a star

hut circle: a circle of earth or stones representing the site of a prehistoric hut

semi-circle: A semi-circle is one half of a circle, or something having the shape of half a circle.

wide circle: You can refer to a group of people as a circle when they meet each other regularly because they are friends or because they belong to the same profession or share the same interests.

Arctic Circle: The Arctic Circle is an imaginary line drawn around the northern part of the world at approximately 66° North.

dress circle: The dress circle is the lowest of the curved rows of seats upstairs in a theatre.

family circle: members of a family regarded as a closed group

golden circle: the British association of magicians, traditionally forbidden to reveal any of the secrets of their art

great circle: a circular section of a sphere that has a radius equal to that of the sphere

inner circle: An inner circle is a small group of people within a larger group who have a lot of power, influence, or special information.

Magic Circle: the British association of magicians, traditionally forbidden to reveal any of the secrets of their art

Mohr's circle: a graphical construction enabling the stresses in the cross-section of a body to be determined if the principal stresses are known

outer circle: You can refer to a group of people as a circle when they meet each other regularly because they are friends or because they belong to the same profession or share the same interests.

pitch circle: an imaginary circle passing through the teeth of a gearwheel, concentric with the gearwheel, and having a radius that would enable it to be in contact with a similar circle around a mating gearwheel

polar circle: → Arctic Circle

sewing circle: a group of women who meet regularly to sew, as for some charitable purpose

small circle: a circular section of a sphere that does not contain the centre of the sphere

social circle: a group of people who are socially connected

stone circle: a circle of standing stones erected in prehistoric times

upper circle: the seats in a theatre that are situated above the dress circle

charmed circle: If you refer to a group of people as a charmed circle, you mean that they seem to have special power or influence, and do not allow anyone else to join their group.

meridian circle: an instrument used in astronomy for determining the declination and right ascension of stars. It consists of a telescope attached to a graduated circle

parhelic circle: a luminous band at the same altitude as the sun, parallel to the horizon, caused by reflection of the sun's rays by ice crystals in the atmosphere

parquet circle: the seating area of the main floor of a theatre that lies to the rear of the auditorium and underneath the balcony

quality circle: A quality circle is a small group of workers and managers who meet to solve problems and improve the quality of the organization's products or services.

squared circle: a wrestling ring

striking circle: the semicircular area in front of each goal, which an attacking player must have entered before scoring a goal

traffic circle: A traffic circle is a circular structure in the road at a place where several roads meet . You drive round it until you come to the road that you want .

turning circle: the smallest circle in which a vehicle can turn

vertical circle: a great circle on the celestial sphere passing through the zenith and perpendicular to the horizon

vicious circle: A vicious circle is a problem or difficult situation that has the effect of creating new problems which then cause the original problem or situation to occur again.

virtuous circle: If you describe a situation as a virtuous circle, you mean that once one good thing starts happening, other good things happen, which cause the first thing to continue happening.

winner's circle: an area, usually circular, at a racetrack where the winning horse and its jockey, owner, etc. are brought for recognition

Antarctic Circle: the imaginary circle around the earth, parallel to the equator, at latitude 66° 32′ S; it marks the southernmost point at which the sun appears above the level of the horizon at the winter solstice

equinoctial circle: → celestial equator

restraining circle: any of three circles on the floor of a basketball court used for jump balls: other players must remain outside the circle during a jump ball

sentencing circle: a method of dispensing justice amongst native Canadian peoples involving discussion between offenders, victims, and members of the community

a vicious circle: a situation where one problem has caused other problems which, in turn, have made the original problem even worse

circle the wagons: to unite with the other people in a group in order to protect yourselves and fight whoever is attacking you

come full circle: said to mean that something is now exactly the same as it used to be, although there has been a long period of changes

square the circle: If you say that someone squares the circle, you mean that they bring together two things which are normally thought to be so different that they cannot exist together.

galactic equator: the great circle on the celestial sphere containing the galactic plane

to come full circle turn full circle: If you say that you have come full circle or have turned full circle, you mean that after a long series of events or changes the same situation that you started with still exists .

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Однокоренные слова:

circle around - делать круги над аэродромом, кружить над аэродромом

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