### Concentric

Forming one circle around another with a common centre.

### concentric

Aggregate describing foliated masses that are somewhat spherical and rotate about a center; appearing like a rose (rosette). Also used to describe a form of banding where the bands are circular, forming rings about a central point.
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### Concentric

In geometry, two or more objects are said to be concentric when they share the same center or axis. Circles, regular polygons and regular polyhedra, and spheres may be concentric to one another (sharing the same center point), as may cylinders (sharing the same central axis). ==Geometric properties== In the Euclidean plane, two circles that are co...
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### Concentric

• (a.) Alt. of Concentrical • (n.) That which has a common center with something else.
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### concentric

concentrical adjective having a common center; `concentric rings`
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### Concentric

Con·cen'tric noun That which has a common center with something else. « Its pecular relations to its concentrics . Coleridge. »
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### Concentric

Accurately centered or having a common center.

### concentric

castles having two parallel lines of defence, the outer wall closely surrounding the inner
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### concentric

having a common center
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### concentric

Having a common centre, such that two or more spheres, circles, or segments of circles are within one another. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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### Concentric

Having a common centre.
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### Concentric

Having two sets of walls, one inside the other.
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### Concentric

Having two sets of walls, one inside the other.
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### concentric

Type: Term Pronunciation: kon-sen′trik Definitions: 1. Having a common center, such that two or more spheres, circles, or segments of circles are within one another.
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### Concentric

Used to describe the part of a repetition in which the muscle group works against gravity, usually c
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### concentric

when two or more circular parts have same centre line.
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### concentric

[adj] - having a common center
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