Translation of circumference in Spanish:

circumference

Pronunciation: /sərˈkʌmfərəns; səˈkʌmfərəns/

n

  • circunferencia (feminine) two meters in circumference dos metros de circunferencia
    More example sentences
    • A hailstone with a 7-inch diameter and a circumference of 18.75 inches was recently named the largest hailstone ever recovered in the United States.
    • After measuring a drum shade, add 1 inch to the circumference and 3 inches to the height.
    • The winner of the under ten category was Scarlet, whose pumpkin had a circumference of 57 inches.

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