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Webster

English Word:

circumrotate


English Pronunciation:

cir•cum•ro•tate


Transitive Verb / Interjection:


⇨Etymology

(Latin) circumrotare; circum + rotare to turn round.


⇨Definition

To rotate about. [Rare]



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Wiktionary

Verb:

circumrotate (third-person singular simple present circumrotates, present participle circumrotating, simple past and past participle circumrotated) (intransitive) To revolve


Reference:

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