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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

CIRCLE (noun):

a completely round flat shape

The bigger circle that forms the outside of something

• Theoutercircle is theoutside of thetyre.

Thesmallercirclethatformsthe inside of something

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.

Inthecentre of an areaorobject

• Ankara is a citythat is in thecentralparts of Turkey.

Circlesthathavethesamecentre

• Inthisphoto, therearecolourfulconcentriccircles.

Shapedlike a circleor ring

• TheColosseum of Italy has a circularshape.

distancebetween the centre of a circle and its outer edge

• Theradius of a circle is halfitsdiameter.

CIRCUMFERENCE (noun):

Aline that goes around a circle

• Thecircumference of Earth is almost 25000 miles.

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.

Having a round shape

• The sofa in our livingroom has a curved shape.
CURVE (noun):

A line that bends and has no angles

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.

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.

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.

Curved

Round

Arc

Diameter

Rounded

Crown

Deformed

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