stadia

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English[edit]

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A surveyors' stadia or level staff

stadia (plural stadia)

  1. (surveying) A level staff or graduated rod used by surveyors to measure differences in level, or to measure horizontal distances by sighting the stadia hairs (graduations) through a telescope.
  2. (military) (historically) A graduated brass triangle used to measure the distance of a target by comparison of the graduations with the heights of soldiers or horses.

stadia pl (plural only)

  1. plural of stadion
  2. plural of stadium

Usage notes[edit]

  • For clarification of which plural form of stadium is considered appropriate in a given context, see the usage note at the entry for stadium.

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stadia

  1. Plural form of stadium

Italian[edit]

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stadia f (plural stadie)

  1. (surveying) stadia, level staff

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Latin[edit]

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stadia

  1. nominative plural of stadium
  2. accusative plural of stadium
  3. vocative plural of stadium

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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stadia n

  1. definite plural of stadium

Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

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stadia n

  1. definite plural of stadium

Polish[edit]

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stadia

  1. nominative plural of stadium
  2. accusative plural of stadium
  3. vocative plural of stadium