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1. Circumscribe has a lot of relatives in English
2. Its Latin predecessor Circumscribere (which roughly translates as "to draw a circle around") derives from circum-, meaning "circle," and scribere, meaning "to write or draw."
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3. Circumscribe definition, to draw a line around; encircle: to Circumscribe a city on a map
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5. Some common synonyms of Circumscribe are confine, limit, and restrict. While all these words mean "to set bounds for," Circumscribe stresses a restriction on all sides and by clearly defined boundaries
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6. The work of the investigating committee was carefully Circumscribed When …
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7. If you Circumscribe a triangle, square, etc., you draw a circle that…
8. The definition of Circumscribe means to draw a circle around something, or to close off or restrict. An example of to Circumscribe is to draw a circle around a square
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9. An example of to Circumscribe is to gate off sheep in a pen.
10. Circumscribed definition at Dictionary.com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation
11. Find 33 ways to say Circumscribe, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
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13. To Circumscribe the sale of illegal drugs, the city has increased the size of its drug task force by fifty percent
14. 🔊 There are those who believe the new voting law was enacted to Circumscribe the voting rights of minority groups
15. 🔊 In court the violent suspects wear shackles that Circumscribe their ability to flee
16. To Circumscribe is to limit or restrict. If you spend too much time watching TV instead of fulfilling other obligations, you might Circumscribe your TV-watching time to one hour daily (or two hours, if your favorite show is on)
17. Circumscribe comes from the Latin words circum, meaning "around," and …
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18. Synonyms for Circumscribe include bound, define, limit, delimit, demarcate, demark, terminate, confine, delineate and enclose
19. Circumscribe (third-person singular simple present Circumscribes, present participle circumscribing, simple past and past participle Circumscribed) To draw a line around; to encircle
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20. ‘If one assigns to the authorities the power to imprison or even to kill people, one must restrict and clearly Circumscribe this power.’ ‘From the earliest days of the new state there were efforts to Circumscribe local authority powers.’
21. Here a circle is Circumscribed around a triangle, and then around a regular pentagon
22. Circumscribe a Circle on a Triangle Construction.
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23. Circumscribe From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Related topics: Maths cir‧cum‧scribe /ˈsɜːkəmskraɪb $ ˈsɜːr-/ verb [ transitive] 1 formal to limit power, rights, or abilities SYN restrict The president’s power is Circumscribed by Congress and the Supreme Court
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24. If someone's power or freedom is Circumscribed, it is limited or restricted.
25. See authoritative translations of Circumscribe in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
26. ‘If one assigns to the authorities the power to imprison or even to kill people, one must restrict and clearly Circumscribe this power.’ ‘From the earliest days of the new state there were efforts to Circumscribe local authority powers.’
27. The spaces in these images Circumscribe certain modes of being and acting in the world; they are settings in the sense of both place and placement, site and situation
28. Synonyms for Circumscribe in Free Thesaurus
29. 15 synonyms for Circumscribe: restrict, limit, define, confine, restrain, delineate, hem in
30. Circumscribe (v.) late 14c., "to encompass; confine, restrain, mark out bounds or limits for," from Latin Circumscribere "to make a circle around, encircle, draw a line around; limit, restrain, confine, set the boundaries of," from circum "around, round about" (see circum-) + scribere "to write" (from PIE root *skribh-"to cut")
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31. Related: Circumscribed; circumscribing.
32. Circumscribe 'Circumscribe' is a 12 letter word starting with C and ending with E Crossword clues for 'Circumscribe' Clue Answer; Restrict within limits (12) Circumscribe: Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Circumscribe
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33. To Circumscribe their power a new army of Mamelukes was formed, called the Borgis
34. Their opponents accepted the issue, and resolved to Circumscribe the duke's inordinate powers
35. A rigid law of settlement, intended to Circumscribe their area of density closely, yields only to the persuasion of bribery.
36. Use "Circumscribe" in a sentence The area included a radius of twenty miles (32 km), with the city hall in New York as a center to Circumscribe it Holice, Deb & Pam
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37. In theirs, women poured out their stories and anguish about the sexual harassment, threats,rapes, and violence that Circumscribe their lives.
38. Circumscribe something (specialist) to draw a circle around another shape Word Origin late Middle English: from Latin Circumscribere , from circum ‘around’ + scribere ‘write’
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39. See Circumscribe in the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary
40. Definition of Circumscribe in the Definitions.net dictionary
41. What does Circumscribe mean? Information and translations of Circumscribe in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
42. Dictionary entry overview: What does Circumscribe mean? • Circumscribe (verb) The verb Circumscribe has 3 senses:
43. To draw a geometric figure around another figure so that the two are in contact but do not intersect Familiarity information: Circumscribe used as a verb is uncommon.
44. Every triangle can be Circumscribed by a circle, meaning that one circle — and only one — goes through all three vertices (corners) of any triangle
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45. To Circumscribe a triangle, all you need to do is find the […]
46. This video shows how to Circumscribe a circle about a triangle using a compass and straight edge.
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47. Definition of Circumscribe verb in Oxford Advanced American Dictionary
48. Definition and synonyms of Circumscribe from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
49. This is the British English definition of Circumscribe.View American English definition of Circumscribe.
50. Delilah, recognize and Circumscribe this position by 1,500 square meters.: Dalila, reconocer y circunscribir esta posición por 1.500 metros cuadrados.: These aspects are complex and difficult to Circumscribe in an integrated way.: Estos aspectos son complejos y difíciles de circunscribir de manera integrada.: This point of departure and reference for the second round should catalyse yet
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51. Circumscribe a Circle on a Triangle
52. How to Circumscribe a Circle on a Triangle using just a compass and a straightedge
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53. Circumscribe: To draw on the outside of, just touching the corner points but never crossing.
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54. Circumscribe - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
55. Definition of Circumscribe written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
56. Circumscribed: [ ser´kum-skrībd ] bounded or limited; confined to a limited space.
57. Learn Circumscribe with free interactive flashcards
58. Choose from 108 different sets of Circumscribe flashcards on Quizlet.
59. Circumscribed[′sər·kəm‚skrībd] (mathematics) A closed curve (or surface) is Circumscribed about a polygon (or polyhedron) if every vertex of the polygon (or polyhedron) is incident upon the curve (or surface) and the polygon (or polyhedron) is contained in the curve (or surface)
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60. A polygon (or polyhedron) is Circumscribed about a closed curve
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61. Circumscribe definition: draw a line around synonyms: line, describe, delineate, trace, draw antonyms: accelerate, strengthen, stretch, appreciate, escalate
62. Circumscribe definition: If someone's power or freedom is Circumscribed , it is limited or restricted
63. Please Circumscribe the words which are wrongly spelled
64. Their movements have been severely Circumscribed since the laws came into effect
65. His activities have been severely Circumscribed since his illness
66. Search Circumscribe and thousands of other words in English Cobuild dictionary from Reverso
67. You can complete the definition of Circumscribe given by the English Cobuild dictionary with other English dictionaries : Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster
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