center englannista suomeksi
keskellä oleva, keskellä, keski-, keskusta-
1908, (w), translating Euclid, ''Elements'', III.9:
- If a point be taken within a circle, and more than two equal straight lines fall from the point on the circle, the point taken is the centre of the circle.
2005, David Adam, ''The Guardian'', 4 Jun 2005:
- Japanese scientists are to explore the centre of the Earth. Using a giant drill ship launched next month, the researchers aim to be the first to punch a hole through the rocky crust that covers our planet and to reach the mantle below.
The point in the interior of any figure of any number of dimensions that has as its coordinates the mean of the coordinates of all points on the perimeter of the figure (or of all points in the interior for a center of volume).
''shopping center'', ''convention center'', ''civic center'', ''garment center'', ''Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts'', ''Rockefeller Center''
''the center of the controversy''
''the center of attention''
A player in the middle of the playing area
The player, generally the tallest, who plays closest to the basket.
The person who holds the ball at the beginning of each play.
A player who can go all over the court, except the circles.
A pass played into the centre of the pitch.
Of, at, or related to a center.
To cause (an object) to occupy the center of an area.
(RQ:Prior Celia to Damo)
- Thy joys are centred all in me alone.
2012, Michael Kaminski et al., ''Myth, Media, and Culture in Star Wars: An Anthology'', chapter 7, (gbooks):
- However, Lucas also centered the plot around the protection of the secret Death Star plans, which now filled the role of the clan treasure the enemy is seeking in Hidden Fortress; (..)
To concentrate on (something), to pay close attention to (something).
(g) a centre; a place where some function or activity occurs; see also (m)
(g) the political centre, parties and politicians in between the left and right wings
(g) a centre; midplayer of a team