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concentric

adjective
 
 
/kənˈsen.trɪk/
describes circles and rings that have the same centre
(指圆)同心的,同轴的
a concentric pattern
同心圆图形
Properties of circles and curves
Translations of “concentric”
in Spanish concéntrico…
in French concentrique…
in German konzentrisch…
in Chinese (Traditional) (指圓)同心的…
in Russian концентрический…
in Turkish ortak merkezli, tek merkezli…
in Polish współśrodkowy, koncentryczny…
(Definition of concentric from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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