centric

[sen-trik]
Also cen·tri·cal.

Origin of centric

1580–90; < Greek kentrikós of, pertaining to a cardinal point, equivalent to kéntr(on) (see center) + -ikos -ic
Related formscen·tri·cal·ly, adverbcen·tric·i·ty [sen-tris-i-tee] /sɛnˈtrɪs ɪ ti/, nounmul·ti·cen·tric, adjectiveun·cen·tric, adjectiveun·cen·tri·cal, adjective
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centric

centrical

adjective
  1. being central or having a centre
  2. relating to or originating at a nerve centre
  3. botany
    1. Also: concentric(of vascular bundles) having one type of tissue completely surrounding the other
    2. (of leaves, such as those of the onion) cylindrical
Derived Formscentrically, adverbcentricity (sɛnˈtrɪsɪtɪ), noun
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centrical in Medicine

centric

[sĕntrĭk]
adj.
  1. Situated at or near the center; central.
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