- equal or uniform in time.
- performed in equal intervals of time.
- characterized by motions or vibrations of equal duration.
Origin of isochronal
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Related Wordsalternate, chain, cyclic, cyclical, frequent, habitual, intermittent, isochronous, periodic, periodical, regular, repeated, repetitive, rolling, continued, recurring, reoccurring
Examples from the Web for isochronal
Isochronal, ī-sok′ron-al, adj. of equal time: performed in equal times—also Isoch′ronous.
It is often supposed that hairsprings having exactly even coils are correct for close position and isochronal rating.Rules and Practice for Adjusting Watches
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A trombone blatted—there was the staccato tuck of a snare drum, and the boom of a bass drum came in with isochronal beats.When Egypt Went Broke
- having the same duration; equal in time
- occurring at equal time intervals; having a uniform period of vibration or oscillation
C17: from New Latin isochronus, from Greek isokhronos, from iso- + khronos time
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