Vocabulary Lesson 4 By Dwight Burgess

Circumference: the distance around something that makes a circle or other round shape

An example of a circumference

Circumspect: thinking carefully about possible risks before doing or saying something

Circumnavigate: to travel all the way around (something) in a ship, airplane, etc.

An example of circumnavigation

Circumvent: to avoid being stopped by (something, such as a law or rule) : to get around (something) in a clever and sometimes dishonest way

Circumscribe: to limit the size or amount of (something)

An example of circumscribing

Circumsolar: revolving around the sun

A picture example of circumsolar

Circumlunar: revolving about or surrounding the moon <a circumlunar orbit>

This is a space experiment that people did to determine circumlunar exploration in space

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Created with images by kevin dooley - "School bus" • Patrick Hoesly - "iPhone Wallpaper - Old Blue Paint" • WalterPro4755 - "DSC_2602_pp" • Payton Chung - "Compass rose" • NASA Goddard Photo and Video - "NASA Scientific Balloon in Antarctica"

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