Other spellings [change]
- (countable) The center of something, is the place that is as far from its outside as possible.
- The president and his problems continue to take center stage in the news.
- She placed a flowers at the center of the table and then hurried off.
- (countable) A center is a building, area, or group of people with a particular purpose.
- They have opened a large shopping center in Taipei.
- The team was staying at the US Olympic training center.
- Recently, Bahrain has become a major international banking center.
- Scientists at the Center for Disease Control have found a new virus.
- (countable) The town center is the place in the town where most of the shops are.
- (countable) In politics, the center is the position that is not politically right or left.
- (countable) In sports, a center is a player who plays in the middle of the field, usually an attacker.
Related words [change]
- centerist / centrist
- centred / centered
- centralise / centralize
- centralised / centralized
- centralisation / centralization
- (transitive) If you center something, you move it towards the center.