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circumradius

[ sur-kuhm-rey-dee-uhs ]
/ ˌsɜr kəmˈreɪ di əs /
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noun, plural cir·cum·ra·di·i [sur-kuhm-rey-dee-ahy], /ˌsɜr kəmˈreɪˈdiˌaɪ/, cir·cum·ra·di·us·es.Geometry.

the radius of the circle circumscribed around a triangle.

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