dextral

(dek┬┤strәl) pertaining to the right side.
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dextral

[adj] - preferring to use right foot or hand or eye 2. [adj] - of or on the right
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Dextral

• (a.) Right, as opposed to sinistral, or left.
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dextral

adjective preferring to use right foot or hand or eye; `dextral individuals exhibit dominance of the right hand and eye`
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Dextral

Dex'tral adjective [ From Dexter .] Right, as opposed to sinistral , or left . Dextral shell (Zoology) , a spiral shell the whorls of which turn from left right, or like the hands of a watch when the apex of the spire is toward the eye of the observer.
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Dextral

Lateral movement on a fault whereby the far side block moves to the right, relative to the near side.
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dextral

Type: Term Pronunciation: deks′trăl Synonyms: right-handed
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