How to Pronounce quadrate?

Correct pronunciation for the word "quadrate" is [kwˈɒdɹe͡ɪt], [kwˈɒdɹe‍ɪt], [k_w_ˈɒ_d_ɹ_eɪ_t].

What are the misspellings for quadrate?

  • 1uadrate,
  • 2uadrate,
  • wuadrate,
  • auadrate,
  • qyadrate,
  • qhadrate,
  • qjadrate,
  • qiadrate,
  • q8adrate,
  • q7adrate,
  • quzdrate,
  • quardrate,
  • qudrate,
  • quatrate,
  • quadratt,
  • Quadrett,
  • Squadrate,
  • Cuadrate,
  • Quoderate,
  • Quadradte

"Quadrate" in context

A quadrate is a shape with four equal-length sides and four right-angled corners. It is also known as a square and is usually found in geometric shapes. Quadrates are one of the most basic shapes and have many uses. They are used in geometry to create different shapes, to pave roads and pathways, and to build structures like buildings and bridges. Quadrates also have a symbolic significance and are often used as a representation of balance, stability, and security. In mathematics, a quadrate is used to calculate the area of squares, rectangles, and other shapes.

What are similar-sounding words for quadrate?

Usage over time for quadrate:

This graph shows how "quadrate" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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