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*n]* - a straight line connecting the center of a circle with two points on its perimeter (or the center of a sphere with two points on its surface) 2. [n] - the length of a straight line passing through the center of a circle and connecting two points on the circumference

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The length of a straight line passing through the centre of a circle and connecting two points on the circumference of the sample.

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the distance across a circle, measured through its center. In the measure of pipe diameters, the inside diameter is that of the interior circle and the outside diameter that of the exterior circle.

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The longest chord of a figure. In a circle, a diameter is a chord that passes through the centre of the circle. See also: Circle, Radius.

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A line segment that passes through the center of a circle and has its endpoints on the circle Example:

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**Di·am'e·ter** * noun* [ French

* diamètre* , Latin

* diametros* , from Greek ...;

dia` through + ... measure. See

__ Meter__ .]

** 1.** * (Geom.)* * (a)* Any right line passing through the center of a figure or body, as a circle, conic section, sphere, cube, etc., and te

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The length of a straight line passing through the centre of a circle and connecting opposite points on its circumference, hence the distance between two specified opposite points on the periphery of a structure such as the cranium or pelvis. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...

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diam *noun* the length of a straight line passing through the center of a circle and connecting two points on the circumference

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*noun* a straight line connecting the center of a circle with two points on its perimeter (or the center of a sphere with two points on its surface)

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(di-am´ә-tәr) the length of a straight line passing through the center of a circle and connecting opposite points on its circumference; hence the distance between the two specified opposite points on the periphery of a structure such as the cranium or pelvis.

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• (n.) Any right line passing through the center of a figure or body, as a circle, conic section, sphere, cube, etc., and terminated by the opposite boundaries; a straight line which bisects a system of parallel chords drawn in a curve. • (n.) The length of a straight line through the center of an object from side to side; width; thicknes

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the length of a straight line passing through the centre of a circle and connecting opposite points on its circumference; hence the distance between two specified opposite points on the periphery of a structure such as the cranium or pelvis.

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Type: Term Pronunciation: dī-am′ĕ-tĕr Definitions: 1. A straight line connecting two opposite points on the surface of a more or less spheric or cylindric body, or at the boundary of an opening or foramen, passing through the center of such body or opening. 2. The distance measured along such a line.

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*[protocol]* Diameter is an authentication, authorization and accounting protocol for computer networks, and an alternative to RADIUS. Diameter Applications extend the base protocol by adding new commands and/or attributes, such as those for use of the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP). == Comparison with RADIUS == The name is a pun on

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In geometry, a diameter of a circle is any straight line segment that passes through the center of the circle and whose endpoints are on the circle. The diameters are the longest chords of the circle. The word "diameter" derives from Greek διάμετρος (diametros), "diagonal of a circle", from δια- (dia-), "across, through" + μέτ...

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The distance across a circle through the center.

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Diameter of the barrel described in inches. Term used to characterize the extruder.

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Diameter is the straight line drawn through the centre of a circle, and touching the two opposite points of the circumference. It thus divides the circle into two equal parts, and is the greatest chord. The length of the diameter is to the length of the circumference of the circle as 1 to 3.14159265..., the latter number being an interminable decim

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Straight line joining two points on the circumference of a circle that passes through the centre of that circle. It divides a circle into two equal halves

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A straight line passing through the center of a circle, and ending on both edges. Equal to 2 times the Radius.

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When applied to a wind turbine it is the diameter of the area swept by the turbine blades: the diameter of the Swept area. The blade length will be less than half of the diameter.

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The length of a straight line that extends from one edge of a tumor or other object, through its center and to the opposite edge. It is usually used to measure the size of round or spherical shapes.

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The measure of a diamond's girdle, or its widest perimeter

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