1) cârušeš, câruši; 2) navadân, cârušeš
1) General: The process of making something square; the act of squaring.
From L. quadratura, from quadrat(us) p.p. of quadrare "to make square."
1) Cârušeš verbal noun of cârušidan "to square,"
from câruš "square," from Av. caθruša-,
quadrature of the circle
cârušeš-e parhun, ~ dâyeré
Fr.: quadrature du cercle
Constructing a square whose area equals that of a given circle. This was one of the three geometric problems of antiquity. It was finally proved to be an impossible problem when π was proven to be transcendental by Lindemann in 1882. Same as → squaring the circle.