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coaxial

[ koh-ak-see-uhl ]
/ koʊˈæk si əl /
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adjective
Also co·ax·al [koh-ak-suhl]. /koʊˈæk səl/. having a common axis or coincident axes.
Geometry.
  1. (of a set of circles) having the property that each pair of circles has the same radical axis.
  2. (of planes) intersecting in a straight line.
(of a loudspeaker) having two or more cones with their centers mounted on the same axis.
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Origin of coaxial

First recorded in 1880–85; co- + axial

OTHER WORDS FROM coaxial

co·ax·i·al·ly, adverbun·co·ax·al, adjectiveun·co·ax·i·al, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for coaxial

coaxial

coaxal (kəʊˈæksəl)

/ (kəʊˈæksɪəl) /

adjective
having or being mounted on a common axis
geometry (of a set of circles) having all the centres on a straight line
electronics formed from, using, or connected to a coaxial cable
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