Definición de Pythagoras en inglés:

Pythagoras

Silabificación: Py·thag·o·ras
Pronunciación: /pəˈTHaɡərəs/
Circa 580–500 bc, Greek philosopher; known as Pythagoras of Samos. Pythagoras sought to interpret the entire physical world in terms of numbers and founded their systematic and mystical study. He is best known for the theorem of the right-angled triangle.

Derivativos

Pythagorean

Pronunciación: /piˌTHaɡəˈrēən, pī-/
adjetivo & sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Simplicius credits the Pythagoreans as well as Plato with a theory composing bodies from plane surfaces.
  • He mixed together in his works the arguments of Heracleitus, the Pythagoreans, and Socrates.
  • On the other hand, no one earlier than Diogenes calls Alcmaeon a Pythagorean.

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