Translation of rectangle in Spanish:


rectángulo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈrɛktaŋɡ(ə)l//ˈrɛkˌtæŋɡəl/


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    rectángulo masculine
    • The types of shapes for which the area is calculated include triangles, rectangles, circles, trapeziums.
    • In particular books one and two set out basic properties of triangles, parallels, parallelograms, rectangles and squares.
    • Working together, we used a red crayon to divide the upper right rectangle into eight smaller rectangles.
    • That last one was originally a simple square, which would of course be divided up into four rectangles.
    • The class will begin to see different shapes and sizes of rectangles and an occasional square.
    • Let's start with a rectangle, and then remove a square from it with the same side length as the shortest side of the rectangle.
    • Grouping wall decor in geometric shapes such as rectangles, triangles or circles adds interest.
    • Then a word would appear in one of the four rectangles, and players were instructed to click on it as quickly as possible.
    • Cut into squares or rectangles and transfer to a baking tray, lined with baking paper or a baking cloth.
    • Start with a square and add a square of the same size to form a new rectangle.
    • Cut the shortbread into squares or rectangles while still hot.
    • The paintings are long or tall rectangles or approximately square panels and are about as big as game boards.
    • But among the neatly stitched squares and rectangles of denim and canvas there is one of thick regimental tartan.
    • Squares, rectangles, or triangles of fabrics were pieced together to form larger units.
    • Show students how to combine rectangles and triangles to create houses.
    • Next, pre-cut rectangles and squares of different shades of green paper were distributed.
    • He arranges thin rectangles, squares, triangles and trapezoids in complex patterns on the wall.
    • One face was decorated with narrow blue lines forming patterns of circles, rectangles, and squares.
    • Here, horseshoe shapes, ovals and rectangles are organized into four groups.
    • In the remaining works, the interplay of rectangles and squares is more elaborate.