equidistant

[adj] - the same distance apart at every point
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Equidistant

The same distance from something. See also: Equilateral.
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Equidistant

E`qui·dis'tant adjective [ Latin aequidistans , -antis ; aequus equal + distans distant: confer French équidistant .] Being at an equal distance from the same point or thing. -- E`qui*dis'tant*ly , adverb Sir T. Browne.
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equidistant

adjective the same distance apart at every point
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Equidistant

• (a.) Being at an equal distance from the same point or thing.
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equidistant

equidistant 1. Situated at the same distance from two or more places or points. 2. Representing map distances true to scale in all directions.
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Equidistant

A point is said to be equidistant from a set of objects if the distances between that point and each object in the set are equal. In two-dimensional Euclidian geometry the locus of points equidistant from two given (different) points is their perpendicular bisector. In three dimensions, the locus of points equidistant from two given points is a pl...
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