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centered

[ sen-terd ]
/ ˈsɛn tərd /
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adjective
having a central axis: a centered arc.
equidistant from all bordering or adjacent areas; situated in the center: The illustration was centered on the page.
Printing. set above the base line at approximately the level of the hyphen: a centered dot between syllables.
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Origin of centered

First recorded in 1580–90; center + -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM centered

un·cen·tered, adjectivewell-centered, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for centered

centered
/ (ˈsɛntəd) /

adjective
the US spelling of centred
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