Pythagorean

Pythagorean
{pai,θægə'riən}
1. a питагоров
PYTHAGOREAN proposition/theorem питагорова теорема
2. n последовател на философското учение на Питагор
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{pai,dagъ'riъn} 1. а питагоров; Pythagorean proposition/theorem пит
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1. a питагоров 2. n последовател на философското учение на Питагор 3. pythagorean proposition/theorem питагорова теорема
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Pythagorean[pai¸uægə´riən] I. adj питагорски; \Pythagorean proposition (theorem) мат. питагоровата теорема; II. n последовател на питагореизъм.

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