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Square in French 🇫🇷

in English in French S
square carré
How to say “square” in French? “CarrĂ©”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “carrĂ©” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on square in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to remember the French word “carrĂ©”:
– Associate “carrĂ©” with “square” by noting the similar “ca-” beginning.
– Think of a square chocolate “carrĂ©” because it sounds like “caramel,” which is often cut into squares.
– Use a visual cue: envision a square and say “carré” in your head.

– In French, “carrĂ©” means “square.”
– It denotes a geometric shape with four equal sides and four right angles.
– It also has a broader sense and can describe anything with a square shape, or a square area.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Quadrilatère” is a more technical term for a four-sided polygon and can refer to a square.
– “Place” can be used when referring to a public square in a town or city (though it doesn’t imply the shape to be square).

Alternate meanings and slang:
– “CarrĂ©” can describe a person who is straightforward or direct, similar to saying “square” in English as in someone who is traditional or not hip.
– It can also mean squared in mathematical contexts, as in multipliĂ© par lui-mĂŞme.
– “C’est carrĂ©” in slang can mean “It’s perfect/done/dealt with” or suggest something is well-organized or handled efficiently.

Examples of sentences that use “carrĂ©”:
– “Le jardin a un petit carrĂ© de pelouse.” (The garden has a small square lawn.)
– “J’ai besoin d’une règle pour dessiner un carrĂ© parfait.” (I need a ruler to draw a perfect square.)
– “Nous avons rencontrĂ© des amis Ă  la place du marchĂ©, le grand carrĂ© en ville.” (We met friends at the market square, the large square in town.)
– “Il est assez carrĂ© dans ses affaires, tout est toujours organisĂ©.” (He’s quite straightforward in his affairs, everything is always organized.)
– “Pour calculer l’aire, Ă©lève la longueur du cĂ´tĂ© du carrĂ© au carrĂ©.” (To calculate the area, square the length of the side of the square.)

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