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## Arabic translation: مُرَبَّع أو تَربيعيّ

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 English term or phrase: square Arabic translation: مُرَبَّع أو تَربيعيّ Entered by:

 09:06 Dec 3, 2001
English to Arabic translations [PRO]
Science - Mathematics & Statistics
 English term or phrase: square mathematical term
 Lesley
 مُرَبَّع Explanation:Pronounced: MURABBA", as in: في المثلث القائم الزاوية يكون مربع الوتر مساوياً لمجموع مربعي الضلعين الآخرين It would help us help you even more if you could provide us with some context. Fuad--------------------------------------------------Note added at 2001-12-15 03:44:32 (GMT)--------------------------------------------------"Square" in "square root" is TARBEE"IYY, which literally means "quadratic" تَربيعيّ
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4 +3مربّع
 Safaa Roumani

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مُرَبَّع

Explanation:
Pronounced: MURABBA", as in:

في المثلث القائم الزاوية يكون مربع الوتر مساوياً لمجموع مربعي الضلعين الآخرين

It would help us help you even more if you could provide us with some context.

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Note added at 2001-12-15 03:44:32 (GMT)
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"Square" in "square root" is TARBEE"IYY, which literally means "quadratic" تَربيعيّ

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مربّع

Explanation:
Square (as a noun)= Murabba'a مربع
A polygon with 4 equal sides perpendicular to each other.
And Murabba" مربع as in the pythagorean theorem (mentined in Fuad's answer)

ٍSquare (as an adjective)= Murabba" مربعUsed as a unit of an area (Ex:square meter)

Square (as a verb)= Nurabbe" نربّع
to square a number to multiply the number by itelf.

 Safaa RoumaniUnited StatesLocal time: 12:21Native speaker of: Arabic

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