English translation of 'circular'
1. to circulate
2. (girar, andar) to go round
1. to circulate
2. (estar em volta de) to surround
3. (percorrer em roda) to go round
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'circular' in Other Languages
British English: circular /ˈsɜːkjʊlə/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is circular is shaped like a circle.
...a circular hole twelve feet wide.
- American English: circular
- Arabic: دَائِريّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: circular
- Chinese: 圆形的
- Croatian: kružni
- Czech: kruhový
- Danish: cirkelformet
- Dutch: rond
- European Spanish: circular
- Finnish: kiertävä
- French: circulaire
- German: rund
- Greek: κυκλικός
- Italian: circolare
- Japanese: 円形の
- Korean: 원형의
- Norwegian: sirkelformet
- Polish: kołowy
- European Portuguese: circular
- Romanian: circular
- Russian: круглый
- Spanish: circular
- Swedish: cirkulär
- Thai: ที่เป็นวงกลม
- Turkish: dairesel
- Ukrainian: круглий
- Vietnamese: tròn
British English: circle VERB
If something circles an object or a place, or circles around it, it forms a circle around it.
This is the road that circles the city.
British English: circular NOUN
A circular is an official letter or advertisement that is sent to a large number of people at the same time.
The proposal has been widely publicised in BBC-TV press information circulars sent to 1,800 newspapers.
British English: circulate VERB
If a piece of writing circulates or is circulated, copies of it are passed round among a group of people.
The petition was circulated and the signatures obtained through the Internet.
Translation of circular from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary