A toroid is shaped like a doughnut ie is
toroidal in shape
It's called a "Long John" donut.
Doughnuts are usually round with a hole in the middle. The name of this shape is a Torus.
A torus is the mathematical term for a donut like shape.
A wheel also looks like a donut if you mean by shape.
The english term is doughnut, but, the 'lazy' way, is donut. Either way is correct (:
The shape is called a torus
Wheel is a "Toroid" shape which is like a donut.
You put all the chocolate in a wrapping that is in the shape of a donut and you put it in the fridge.
yes but not in australia
A chocolate donut. Or a jelly donut.
Quite technically, it should be "doughnut," but they are both considered correct. "Donut" tends to be more commonly used, and will draw less attention to the spelling too.
because it surrounded surrounded the mediterranean sea like a donut.
Donut is a compound word, as is doughnut, which is the more correct form of the word.
Tetradecagon is the correct name for a shape with 14 sides. :D
a donut shape will hold the most weight.and also an l shape