Adaptation Example 9


A center (noun) The point within a circle equally distant from all the circumference or surface is called the center.

Palmyra was a center of religious activity in 1820.

The tallest boy usually plays center on a basketball team.

Center (verb)

Most Latter-day Saints center their activities in the Church.

Center an object on a board to help it balance.

Central (adjective)

The central figure in the group photograph is the president.

The central idea of religion is man's relationship to God.

Centrally (adverb)

Businesses are usually centrally located so people can shop easily.

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