concavo-concave

[ kon-key-voh-kon-keyv ]
/ kɒnˈkeɪ voʊ kɒnˈkeɪv /

adjective

concave on both sides.

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Origin of concavo-concave

<Latin concav(us) + -o- + concave
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British Dictionary definitions for concavo-concave

concavo-concave
/ (kɒnˌkeɪvəʊkɒnˈkeɪv) /

adjective

(esp of a lens) having both sides concave; biconcave
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Medical definitions for concavo-concave

concavo-concave
[ kŏn-kā′vō-kŏn-kāv ]

adj.

Of or being biconcave.
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