Synonym: Mexican valium, R-2, band, circuit, circulate, dress circle, encircle, environ, forget me drug, lap, lot, ring, roach, roofy, rope, rophy, rotary, round, roundabout, set, surround, traffic circle. Similar words: circuit, circumstance, aircraft, uncle, cycle, clear, clerk, muscle. Meaning: ['sɜːkl] n. 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. v. 1. travel around something 2. move in circles 3. be around 4. form a circle around.

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2. A diameter passes through the center of a

*circle*.3. He has a large

*circle*of acquaintances.4. The students sit in a

*circle*on the floor.5. The stones form a complete

*circle*.6. Draw a

*circle*10cm in diameter.7. They sat in a

*circle*round the fire.8. This is a chord of a

*circle*.9. He used a rope to mark off the

*circle*.10. Draw a

*circle*six centimetres in diameter.11. The diameter and the circumference of a

*circle*correlate.12. Claire has a wide

*circle*of friends and acquaintances.13. Years to draw a

*circle*we call years.14. We are measuring the radius of the

*circle*.15. She walked the horse round in a

*circle*.16. The children gather round in a

*circle*.17. Twist the wire to form a

*circle*.18. She has a wide

*circle*of friends.19. They shut him from their

*circle*.20. The

*circle*has a diameter of 6 inches.21. Roll out the dough into one large

*circle*.22. Use your compasses to draw a

*circle*.23. He is part of an exclusive social

*circle*and belongs to an exclusive club.24. The table is simply a chipboard

*circle*on a base.25. It was to be a closed

*circle*of no more than twelve women.26. 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.27. He drew a

*circle*in the sand with a stick.28. They had just had enough time to swim out of danger when the boat again completed a

*circle*.sentencedict.com29. Magnus's army was gradually pushed back into a defensive

*circle*.30. The more pesticides are used, the more resistant the insects become so the more pesticides have to be used. It's a vicious

*circle*.