equidistant

[ee-kwi-dis-tuhnt, ek-wi-]
adjective
equally distant.

Origin:
1560–70; < Middle French < Late Latin aequidistant- (stem of aequidistāns). See equi-, distant

equidistantly, adverb
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equidistant (ˌiːkwɪˈdɪstənt)
 
adj
distant by equal amounts from two or more places
 
equi'distance
 
n
 
equi'distantly
 
adv

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equidistant
1560s, from Fr. équidistant, from L.L. aequidistantem, from aequi- (see equal) + distantem (see distant). In reference to a type of map projection, from 1866.
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Science Dictionary
equidistant   (ē'kwĭ-dĭs'tənt)  Pronunciation Key 
Equally distant.
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Example sentences
Problems arise mostly in suburban locations about equidistant from two or more
  cities.
Then she garnished the mixture's pristine white surface with four equidistant
  sprinkles of mixed dried mint and tarragon.
Both are roughly equidistant from the construction zone at ground zero.
Equidistant-Equidistant maps show true distances only from the center of the
  projection or along a special set of lines.
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