perímetro, circunferência, cinturão, cilha, contorno, periferiacilhar, medir o perímetro, apertar com cilha, medir a cintura, pôr cilha
Noun(1) the distance around a person's body(2) stable gear consisting of a band around a horse's belly that holds the saddle in place
Verb(1) tie a cinch around
(1) he tied the knotted towels around his girth(2) Neck, waist, and hip girth , skinfold thickness, and fasting serum levels of lipids, glucose, insulin, and leptin were compared between these two groups.(3) Tree species, numbers, individual girth or height of trees and plants, their arrangement within the space, and area of the space were all recorded.(4) the four seas that girth Britain(5) The female figure is decidedly larger in stature than her male counterpart, both in height and in girth .(6) a pike with a girth of 24 inches(7) Can you imagine the immense girth of a fish like that?(8) So even if the girth gives, the saddle will stay on the horse's back.(9) When measuring girth , at 4 1/2 feet above the ground, make sure your tape is perpendicular to the axis of the trunk.(10) The trees overshot their expected height and girth , and have now begun to outlive their lifespan.(11) His height nearly matched his girth , and the gold ornamentation continued from waist down, with his belt and even his boot buckles being made of the precious metal.(12) Measuring ten metres in girth , weighing 23 tons and knocking on a bit at about 800 years old, the tree is an impressive - if ungainly - sight.(13) A limited physical examination was performed in which the height, weight, neck, waist and hip girth , and blood pressure were measured.(14) an ivy-clad tree of immense girth(15) But coach Gregg Williams prefers quickness over excess girth in the middle of his defense.(16) She was a somewhat plain woman, her former slenderness surrendering gracefully to the greater girth of middle age and childbearing.
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