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DIMENSIONS OF CIRCLES. ENG 205 CE-ME-MECE-MSE. VOCABULARY. CIRCLE ( noun ):. a completely round flat shape The plane made circles around the airport. OUTER CIRCLE ( adjective+noun ):. The bigger circle that forms the outside of something

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DIMENSIONS OF CIRCLES

ENG 205

CE-ME-MECE-MSE


VOCABULARY


CIRCLE (noun):

a completely round flat shape

  • Theplanemadecirclesaroundtheairport


OUTER CIRCLE (adjective+noun):

The bigger circle that forms the outside of something

  • Theoutercircle is theoutside of thetyre.


INNER CIRCLE (adjective+noun):

Thesmallercirclethatformsthe inside of something

  • Theteachermadetwocircles, andnowtheinnercircle is speaking.


DIAMETER (noun):

  • a straight line going from one side of a circleto the other side

  • Thediameter of thisoldtree is 50 cm.


CENTRE (noun):

the middle point or part ofsomething

  • There is a hugetable in thecentre of theroom.


CENTRAL (adjective):

Inthecentre of an areaorobject

  • Ankara is a citythat is in thecentralparts of Turkey.


CONCENTRIC CIRCLES (adjective+noun):

Circlesthathavethesamecentre

  • Inthisphoto, therearecolourfulconcentriccircles.


CIRCULAR (adjective):

Shapedlike a circleor ring

  • TheColosseum of Italy has a circularshape.


RADIUS (noun):

distancebetween the centre of a circle and its outer edge

  • Theradius of a circle is halfitsdiameter.

Radii (plural)


CIRCUMFERENCE (noun):

Aline that goes around a circle 

  • Thecircumference of Earth is almost 25000 miles.


CONSTANT RADIUS (adjective+noun):

Theradiusthatdoes not change.

  • Thistyre has a constantradius.


ROUND (adjective):

Shapedlike a circleor a ball

  • Football is playedwith a roundball.


DEFORM (verb):

To change the normal shape of something

  • Thistreewasdeformedby a strongwind.


DEFORMATION (noun):

A change in the normal shape of something

  • The illness caused a deformation in her hands.


ARC (noun):

A curved line between two points along the circumference of a circle

  • The arc of the rainbow looks beautiful.


CURVED (adjective):

Having a round shape

  • The sofa in our livingroom has a curved shape.


CURVE (noun):

A line that bends and has no angles

  • There is a curve on the graph on this page.


DEFORMED (adjective):

Having a shape that is not normal

  • You should change your tyres regulary. It is dangerous to use deformed tyres.


CHORD (noun):

A straight line that connects two points on a curve

  • A chord is not a curved line.


ROUNDED (adjective):

Having a round shape

  • We bought a new table with rounded edges. The old one had sharp edges.


INSIDE DIAMETER/BORE (ID) (adjective + noun):

The inside width of a pipe

  • The pipe has an inside diameter of 7 cm.


OUTSIDE DIAMETER (OD) (adjective+noun):

The outside width of a pipe

  • The pipe has an outside diamater of 9 cm.


CROWN (noun):

The top of the outside of the pipe, the highest part of something

  • There is a Turkish flag at the crown of this hill.


INVERT (noun):

The bottom of the inside of the pipe

  • The invert level of the pipe means the lowest level inside the pipe.


Match the words with the pictures


Curved, Rounded, Arc, Round, Diameter, Crown, Deformed


Curved

Round

Arc

Diameter

Rounded

Crown

Deformed


EXERCISES

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OVER TO YOU


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