y-axis Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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noun [S]
/ˈwaɪˌæksɪs/ GRAPHS & CHARTS
the vertical line of figures along the side of a graph: Annual profits over the last 10 years are plotted on the y-axis. →  See also vertical axis →  Compare x-axis
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