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circulation /ˌsɚkjəˈleɪʃən/  

  • noun
    plural -tions
    [noncount] the movement of blood through the body that is caused by the pumping action of the heart
    He has bad circulation in his legs.
    The drug improves blood circulation.
    movement of air, water, etc., through the different parts of something
    The attic has poor air circulation.
    the circulation of ocean waters
    Let's open the windows to get some circulation in here.
    [noncount] :the act of passing something (such as money, information, etc.) from person to person or place to place
    This memo is not meant for circulation. :the state of being passed from person to person or place to place
    The coins have recently entered circulation.
    That rumor has been in circulation [=has been going aroundfor a long time.
    The magazine has been taken out of circulation. [=the magazine will no longer be made and sold]
    [noncount] :the state of being actively involved in social activities (such as parties or dates)
    He'll be out of circulation [=unable to go out sociallyfor a while after the surgery.
    [count] :the average number of copies of a newspaper, magazine, etc., that are sold over a particular period
    The newspaper has the largest circulation in the country.
    The magazine has a weekly circulation of about 70,000 subscribers nationwide.