French translation of 'oblong'
Example Sentences Including 'oblong'
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Ten genuine sparkling diamonds mark time alongside roman numerals on a elegant oblong face.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Roll it out into an oblong on a dusted pastry board, so that it is wide enough to wrap the beef.A Passion for Food (1989)
These little pies could be any size you fancy or the pastry folded over to make one big oblong pie.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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'oblong' in Other Languages
British English: oblong /ˈɒbˌlɒŋ/ ADJECTIVE
An oblong shape is one which has two long sides and two short sides and in which all the angles are right angles.
...an oblong table.
- American English: oblong
- Arabic: مُسْتَطِيلٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: oblongo
- Chinese: 长方形
- Croatian: pravokutni
- Czech: obdélníkový
- Danish: aflang
- Dutch: langwerpig
- European Spanish: alargado
- Finnish: pitkulainen
- French: oblong
- German: rechteckig
- Greek: επιμήκης
- Italian: oblungo
- Japanese: 長方形の
- Korean: 길게 늘여진
- Norwegian: avlang
- Polish: podłużny
- European Portuguese: oblongo
- Romanian: dreptunghiular
- Russian: продолговатый
- Spanish: alargado
- Swedish: avlång
- Thai: รูปสี่เหลี่ยมผืนผ้า
- Turkish: dikdörtgen şeklinde
- Ukrainian: довгастий
- Vietnamese: dạng hình bình hành
Translation of oblong from the Collins English to French
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