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rhombus
American English: /ˈrɑmbəs/
British English: /ˈrɒmbəs/

Translation of rhombus in Spanish:

noun plural -buses or -bi Pronunciation: / -baɪ /

  • Example sentences
    • A sleek and shiny ship shaped like a rhombus with concave edges came spiraling in, then extended a large tripod and landed on the flat roof of one of the buildings.
    • The unusual pieces (rhombuses and octahedrons) lend themselves to ‘outside the box‘creativity, while the pieces are easy to handle for even fumble-fingered types.
    • Across the tiled floor they saw nothing but the laughing sun's reflection through colored glass rhombuses.

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