# square

## Persian (Farsi) translation: morabba'; majzur; 'amud; qA'emeh

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 English term or phrase: square Persian (Farsi) translation: morabba'; majzur; 'amud; qA'emeh Entered by:

 09:06 Dec 3, 2001
English to Persian (Farsi) translations [Non-PRO]
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 English term or phrase: square mathematics
 Lesley
 morabba'; majzur; 'amud; qA'emeh Explanation:In mathematics, 'square' may have different meanings according to the context: 1- plane figure (shape) with four equal sides and four right angles= "morabba'" in Persian. 2- Result when a number or quality is multiplied by itself, e.g. the square of three= "majzur" or "tavAn-e dovvom" in Persian. 3- Forming a right angle (an L-shaped or a T-shaped)= "'amud" or "qA'em" in Persian. 4- Square Kilometer= "kilometr-e morabba'" in Persian. In case it is a verb, it also have different meanings. I hope this explanation is sufficient and helpful. Good luck!
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Mollanazar
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Local time: 01:08
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5 +3morabba'; majzur; 'amud; qA'emeh
 Mollanazar
5Morabae-MeydanShahram Chapari
5moraba`far-translation

59 mins   confidence:
moraba`

Explanation:
From Arabic originally

 far-translationLocal time: 16:38Native speaker of: Persian (Farsi)

3 hrs   confidence:
Morabae-Meydan

Explanation:
Square has several meanings in Farsi and means one number mulitple itself or round place as cross between streets and roads. Square meter is measurement for measuring areas.

Reference: http://beam.to/mahrand
 Shahram ChapariTurkeyLocal time: 00:38Native speaker of: Farsi (Persian), DariPRO pts in pair: 8

3 hrs   confidence: peer agreement (net): +3
morabba'; majzur; 'amud; qA'emeh

Explanation:
In mathematics, 'square' may have different meanings according to the context:

1- plane figure (shape) with four equal sides and four right angles= "morabba'" in Persian.

2- Result when a number or quality is multiplied by itself, e.g. the square of three= "majzur" or "tavAn-e dovvom" in Persian.

3- Forming a right angle (an L-shaped or a T-shaped)= "'amud" or "qA'em" in Persian.

4- Square Kilometer= "kilometr-e morabba'" in Persian.

In case it is a verb, it also have different meanings.

I hope this explanation is sufficient and helpful.

Good luck!

 MollanazarIranLocal time: 01:08Native speaker of: Farsi (Persian)PRO pts in pair: 52
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