Translation of pentagon in Spanish:


pentágono, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpɛntəɡ(ə)n//ˈpɛn(t)əˌɡɑn/


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    pentágono masculine
    • Father entered the room, arms full of suitcases shaped in rectangles, pentagons, squares, and even spheres.
    • They are formed from 60 atoms of carbon bonded together in a combination of pentagons and hexagons to form a ball, just like a soccer ball.
    • There are 24 ways to do it - make 12 pentagons, so that the mirror images are on each side of the pentagon.
    • Analysts also use a variety of symbols, such as parallelograms, pentagons, and others, to depict different types of events and activities.
    • When I looked at what she was doing, she was trying to work out (on the napkin) how to calculate the sum of the internal angles of a pentagon.
    • Perfect crystal structures can contain pyramids, cubes, or hexagons, but not pentagons.
    • The hexagons, pentagons, and triangles that make up the biomes all have their own unique specification due to the irregular nature of the site.
    • They are marked by a pentagon with three overlapping triangles.
    • Of course, this statement has to be explained, since it is untrue if we understand distance in the usual way: the edges of these pentagons are visibly not straight and do not have the same length.
    • For those who don't know, a buckyball is an extremely stable soccer-ball-shaped molecule made up of 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons.
    • Write the number 1 through 10 in the boxes below so each side of the pentagon has a sum of 14.
    • Similarly, nine atoms can form a pentagon bonded to a hexagon, each ring sharing two atoms with the other ring.
    • In the second case, if the convex polygon is a pentagon incorporating all five points, then any four of these points can be connected to form a quadrilateral.
    • The balls are made with small pieces of wood 12 pentagons and 20 hexagons which fit together to form a sphere.
    • Thus, you can readily obtain a curved pentagon, heptagon, and so on.
    • He calculates the side of a regular pentagon in terms of the radius of the circumscribed circle.
    • You may know about a pentagon, a hexagon, or an octagon.
    • In plan, the building is comprised of five concentric pentagons, known as rings.
    • Although it is impossible to inscribe a regular pentagon in a square, an equilateral pentagon can be inscribed in two ways.
    • This says that the most stable arrangement is a pentagon surrounded by five hexagons.
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    (in US)
    (officials/policy) (before noun) del Pentágono
    the Pentagon el Pentágono