1. ellipse in which the two axes are of equal length; a plane curve generated by one point moving at a constant distance from a fixed point;
2. an unofficial association of people or groups;
3. something approximating the shape of a circle;
4. movement once around a course;
5. a road junction at which traffic streams circularly around a central island;
6. street names for flunitrazepan
7. a curved section or tier of seats in a hall or theater or opera house; usually the first tier above the orchestra;
8. any circular or rotating mechanism;
1. travel around something;
2. move in circles
3. be around;
4. form a circle around;
Outside of his circle he is not very popular.
She only unbends in the family circle.
The line cuts the circle at two points.
Magnus's army was gradually pushed back into a defensive circle.
He has a large circle of acquaintances.
The circle has a diameter of 6 inches.
Our main force was ordered to circle around and attack the enemy's rear.
Geoffrey Hampden has a large circle of friends and is very popular at parties.
The children had a dance in a circle.
They had just had enough time to swim out of danger when the boat again completed a circle.
The children gather round in a circle.
They stood in half a circle.
This discovery is highly appreciated in the circle of science.
The more pesticides are used, the more resistant the insects become so the more pesticides have to be used. It's a vicious circle.
He is a cultured man with a wide circle of friends.
We stood in a circle holding hands.
He used a rope to mark off the circle.
He has squared the circle of keeping the City happy and doing something to improve business cash flow.
She suddenly raised her arms and spun, so the dress's full skirt fanned out in a bright circle.
I wrote down the number 46 and drew a circle around it.
Riddick's first move was to form a quality circle.
"Nirvana" squared the circle by making a record that was both superb pop and rock music at the same time.
With no buyer in sight for the company as a whole, the vultures started to circle.
Exercise creates its own virtuous circle. Once you start a programme and do it regularly, you'll feel so good you'll want to continue.
The Home Secretary aims to break the vicious circle between disadvantage and crime.
Roll out the dough into one large circle.
All the buildings have names and form a half circle.
circle the wagons
(N. Amer. informal)(of a group) unite in defence of a common interest
come (或turn) full circle
return to a past position or situation, especially in a way considered to be inevitable
go round in circles
(informal)do something for a long time without achieving anything but purposeless repetition
the discussion went round and round in circles.
run round in circles
(informal)be fussily busy with little result
the wheel has turned (或come) full circle
the situation has returned to what it was in the past, as if completing a cycle
rotate, revolve, roll, spin, turn, whirl, circle
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