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axis

noun   /ˈæk.sɪs/ ( plural axes   /ˈæk.siːz/)
a real or imaginary straight line going through the centre of a object that is spinning, or a line that divides a symmetrical shape into two equal halves eje The earth revolves around the axis that joins the North and South Poles. The diameter of a circle is also an axis.1391
a fixed line on a graph used to show the position of a point eje Plot distance on the vertical y-axis against time on the horizontal x-axis.30
(Definition of axis from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

axis

noun /ˈӕksis/ ( plural axes /ˈӕksiːz/)
the real or imaginary line on which a thing turns (as the axis of the earth, from North Pole to South Pole, around which the earth turns). eje The globe rotates on its axis.
a fixed line used as a reference, as in a graph eje He plotted the temperatures on the horizontal axis.
(Definition of axis from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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