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Center or centre (from the Greek κέντρον /kentron/) (see American and British English spelling differences) may refer to:

Science

Sports

Places

Note that spelling differences for toponyms are not acceptable in both American and British usages, unless the place name is translated from a language not written with the Latin alphabet, or there is an unambiguous local usage pronounced very differently between American English and British English.
Place names spelled Center
Place names spelled Centre

Arts

Education

  • Centre College, a liberal arts college in Danville, Kentucky, United States

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Travel guide

Up to date as of January 14, 2010
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There is more than one place in the world called Center, including:

Center may also refer to the district that is at the city or town center, such as:

Also be aware that while Center is the American spelling, other English speakers may spell the same word as Centre, which is same as French.

  • Centre-Val de Loire, a region of France, formally known as Le Centre. The "Val de Loire" addition here is more from a tourist point of view.
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Wiktionary

Up to date as of January 15, 2010

Definition from Wiktionary, a free dictionary

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English

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Proper noun

Singular
Centre

Plural
-

Centre

  1. A région of France.

Anagrams


Simple English

Simple English Wiktionary has the word meaning for:

Centre (British spelling) or center (U.S. spelling) means the middle of something. A circle has a centre.

The word "centre" often means places or buildings where an activity takes place. Common examples are:

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