Movement to and fro or around something, esp. that of fluid in a closed system
an extra pump for good water circulation
The continuous motion by which the blood travels through all parts of the body under the action of the heart
The movement of sap through a plant
The public availability or knowledge of something
his music has achieved wide circulation
The movement, exchange, or availability of money in a country
the new coins go into circulation today
The number of copies sold of a newspaper or magazine
the magazine had a large circulation
the dissemination of copies of periodicals (as newspapers or magazines)
movement through a circuit; especially the movement of blood through the heart and blood vessels
(library science) the count of books that are loaned by a library over a specified period
number of copies of a newspaper or magazine that are sold; "by increasing its circulation the newspaper hoped to increase its advertising"
free movement or passage (as of cytoplasm within a cell or sap through a plant); "ocean circulation is an important part of global climate"; "a fan aids air circulation"
the spread or transmission of something (as news or money) to a wider group or area
In the field of architecture, circulation refers to the way people move through and interact with a building. ...
With regards to a particular currency, circulation refers to the total wealth of that currency (whether banknotes, coins, or demand deposits) that is engaged in that currency's economy at a given time. ...
In fluid dynamics, circulation is the line integral around a closed curve of the fluid velocity. Circulation is normally denoted .
Circulation is a scientific journal published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins for the American Heart Association. ...
A newspaper's circulation is the number of copies it distributes on an average day. Newspaper circulation rates are currently experiencing a downward trend. Circulation is one of the principal factors used to set advertising rates. ...
Circulation is a British house duo of Matt Jackson and Paul Davis. Most popular for their series of singles named after colours.
The act of moving in a circle, or in a course which brings the moving body to the place where its motion began; The act of passing from place to place or person to person; free diffusion; transmission; Currency; circulating coin; notes, bills, etc. ...
(CIRCULATE) To pump drilling fluid into the bore hole through the drill pipe and back up the annulus between the pipe and the wall of the hole.
(circulated) Denotes money that has served a purpose in the channels of commerce, i.e. it is no longer mint state (uncirculated).
(Circulated) A coin that has been in general circulation with signs of wear.
(Circulated) Released to the general public. Showing signs of wear from being passed from hand to hand.
(Circulated) Term to describe coins with obvious signs of wear or damage due to being “circulated” in regular commerce or through mishandling.
(circulated) Denotes a numismatic item that has been used and no longer in it's new condition as minted or printed.
(circulated) coins with wear that have been handled, in any condition
Circulated refers to coins or currency that has been used as normal commerce, and show some type a wear.
(CIRCULATING) (verb): to dance with a variety of people; to not monopolize one particular dancer for multiple songs in a row
(Circulating) Driving around a track with a damaged and/or slow car to accumulate laps and, more importantly, points and prize money.
(circulating) Items that may be borrowed from the library. Compare to reference.
(circulating) moving around a room to observe and assist learners