 circumradius

the radius of the circle circumscribed around a triangle.[CIRCUM + RADIUS]
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circumradius — noun For a given geometric shape, the radius of the smallest circle or sphere into which it will fit. The circumradius of the unit square is one half the square root of two … Wiktionary
circumradius — cir·cum·radius … English syllables
circumradius —  ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷+ noun Etymology: circum + radius : the radius of a circumscribed circle * * * /serr keuhm ray dee euhs/, n., pl. circumradii / dee uy /, circumradiuses. Geom. the radius of the circle circumscribed around a triangle. [CIRCUM + RADIUS] … Useful english dictionary
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