concentrical

concentric

[kuhn-sen-trik]
adjective
having a common center, as circles or spheres.
Also, concentrical.


Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English consentrik < Medieval Latin concentricus. See con-, center, -ic

concentrically, adverb
concentricity [kon-suhn-tris-i-tee, -sen-] , noun
nonconcentric, adjective
nonconcentrical, adjective
nonconcentrically, adverb
nonconcentricity, noun
unconcentric, adjective
unconcentrically, adverb
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concentric (kənˈsɛntrɪk)
 
adj
Compare eccentric having a common centre: concentric circles
 
[C14: from Medieval Latin concentricus, from Latin com- same + centrumcentre]
 
con'centrically
 
adv
 
concentricity
 
n

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concentric
1390s, from O.Fr. concentrique, from M.L. concentricus, from com- "together" + centrum "circle, center" (see center).
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concentric con·cen·tric (kən-sěn'trĭk)
adj.
Having a common center or center point, as of circles.

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