Word: epicentre

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Translations: epicentre

spanish
epicentro, del epicentro, epicentro de, el epicentro, epicentro del


german
Epizentrum, Mittelpunkt, Epizentrums, Herd

french
épicentre

italian
epicentro, all'epicentro, dall'epicentro, dell'epicentro, nell'epicentro

portuguese
epicentro, epicenter, epicentro do

dutch
epicentrum, epicentrum van, het epicentrum, middelpunt, episch centrum

russian
эпицентр

norwegian
episenteret, episenter, epicenter, episentret

swedish
epicenter, epicentrum, epicentrat, epicentret, epicenteren

finnish
episentrumi, Järistyksen keskus, Järistyksen, keskuksesta, episentterin

danish
epicenter, epicentret, epicentrum

czech
epicentrum

polish
epicentrum

hungarian
epicentrum, epicentruma, epicentrumát, epicentrumában, epicentrumban

turkish
merkez üssü, Depremin merkezi, merkez üssüdür, Sarsıntının merkezi, episantır

greek
επίκεντρο, το επίκεντρο, επικέντρου, επίκεντρό, επίκεντρου

ukrainian
епіцентр

albanian
epiqendër, epiqendra, epiqendra e, epiqendrën, si epiqendër

bulgarian
епицентър

belarusian
эпіцэнтр, эпіцэнтар

estonian
epitsenter

croatian
epicentru, epicentar

icelandic
skjálftamiðju, upptök skjálftans, miðpunktur, upptök, skjálftans

lithuanian
epicentras, epicentru, Epicentrum, epicentrą

latvian
epicentrs, epicentru, epicentrā

macedonian
епицентарот, епицентар, епицентрално

romanian
epicentru, epicentrul

slovenian
epicenter, Epicentar, epicentrom

slovak
epicentrum

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The meaning and "use of": epicentre

noun
  • the point on the earth's surface vertically above the focus of an earthquake.

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