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Greek & Latins

Unit 4

cycle a set of events or actions that happen again and again in the same order; a repeating series of events or actions.
cyclical happening again and again in the same order, happening in cycles.
cyclone an extremely large, powerful, and destructive storm with very high winds that turn around in an area of low pressure (also known as a tornado).
circumference the length of a line that goes around a circle or other round shape.
circuit the complete path that an electric current travels along.
circumstance a condition that surrounds or causes an event to happen.
circumvent to get around something in a clever and sometimes dishonest way.
central located in the center of a thing or place
concentric when two or more objects share the same center point.
eccentric tending to act in a strange or unusual ways.
cycle circle - Greek
circ / circum around - Latin
centr / center middle - Greek
Created by: CHES4