Perimeter

  • 1Perimeter — Основная информация Жанры Brutal death metal Deathcore Tech …

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  • 2Perimeter — Éditeur 1C Développeur K D Lab Date de sortie  France : 21 mai 2004 …

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  • 3perimeter — unlike parameter, is rarely used in figurative meanings, but occasional uses are found, usually in the context of broader metaphors: • The perimeter of her own life was shrinking J. Urquhart, CanE 1986 …

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  • 4Perimeter — Per*im e*ter, n. [Gr. ?; ? around + ? measure: cf. F. p[ e]rim[ e]tre.] 1. (Geom.) The outer boundary of a body or figure, or the sum of all the sides. [1913 Webster] 2. An instrument for determining the extent and shape of the field of vision.… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5Perimeter — (v. gr.), der Umfang, bes. von Figuren gebraucht, welche von geraden Linien begrenzt werden, im Gegensatz zu Peripherie (s.d.); daher Perimetrisch (Perimetral), dem Umfang nach …

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  • 6Perimeter — (griech.), ziemlich veraltetes Fremdwort für Umfang (s. d.); auch ein Instrument zur Messung des Gesichtsfeldes. Am häufigsten wird das von Aubert und Foerster angegebene P. benutzt. Näheres s. Tafel »Augenuntersuchung«, S. IV. Vgl. Ole Bull,… …

    Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • 7Perimeter — Perimĕter (grch.), der Umfang von geradlinigen Figuren; perimētrisch, perimetrāl, dem Umfang nach …

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  • 8Perimeter — Perimeter, griech., in der Mathematik der Umfang einer geradlinigen Figur …

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  • 9perimeter — I noun ambit, border, borderline, boundary, bounds, brink, circuit, circumference, compass, configuration, confines, contour, curb, delineation, edge, enclosure, frontier, girdle, limit, limitations, margin, outline, outside edge, pale, periphery …

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  • 10perimeter — (n.) 1590s, line around a figure or surface, from L. perimetros, from Gk. perimetros circumference, from peri around (see PERI (Cf. peri )) + metron measure (see METER (Cf. meter) (n.2)). Military sense of …

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  • 11perimeter — *circumference, periphery, circuit, compass …

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  • 12perimeter — [n] circumference, border ambit, borderline, boundary, bounds, brim, brink, circuit, compass, confines, edge, fringe, hem, limit, margin, outline, periphery, skirt, verge; concepts 484,745,792 Ant. center, inside, interior, middle …

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  • 13perimeter — ► NOUN 1) the continuous line forming the boundary of a closed figure. 2) the outermost parts or boundary of an area or object. 3) an instrument for measuring a person s field of vision. DERIVATIVES perimetric adjective. ORIGIN from Greek peri… …

    English terms dictionary

  • 14perimeter — [pə rim′ə tər] n. [L perimetros < Gr < peri , around + metron,MEASURE] 1. the outer boundary of a figure or area 2. the total length of this 3. an optical instrument for testing the scope of vision and the visual powers of various parts of… …

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  • 15perimeter — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ inner, outer ▪ northern, southern, etc. ▪ entire ▪ defensive, security …

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  • 16Perimeter — The perimeter is the distance around a given two dimensional object. The word perimeter is a Greek root meaning measure around, or literally around measure . Practical uses Calculations of perimeter and area have considerable practical… …

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  • 17perimeter — pe|rim|e|ter [pəˈrımıtə US ər] n [Date: 1500 1600; : French; Origin: périmètre, from Latin, from Greek, from peri ( PERICARDIUM) + metron measure ] 1.) the border around an enclosed area such as a military camp perimeter of ▪ the perimeter of the …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 18perimeter — n. boundary 1) (mil.) to guard a perimeter 2) on a perimeter * * * [pə rɪmɪtə] [ boundary ] (mil.) to guard a perimeter on a perimeter …

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  • 19Perimeter — Ein Perimeter (aus griech. peri ‘um herum’ und griech. metron ‘Maß, Messwerkzeug’) ist: Umfang einer ebenen geometrischen Figur Perimeterpflicht abstrakte Beitragspflicht an einem öffentlichen Unternehmen ein augenärztliches Instrument zur… …

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  • 20perimeter — 1. A circumference, edge, or border. 2. An instrument, usually half a circle or sphere, used to measure the field of vision. [G. perimetros, circumference, fr. peri, around, + metron, measure] arc p …

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