coplanar

[ koh-pley-ner ]
/ koʊˈpleɪ nər /

adjective Mathematics.

being or operating in the same plane.

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Origin of coplanar

1860–65; co- + planar < Late Latin plānāris; see plane1, -ar1

OTHER WORDS FROM coplanar

co·pla·nar·i·ty, nounnon·co·pla·nar, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for coplanar

coplanar
/ (kəʊˈpleɪnə) /

adjective

lying in the same planecoplanar lines

Derived forms of coplanar

coplanarity, noun
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