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isochrone

[ ahy-suh-krohn ]
/ ˈaɪ səˌkroʊn /
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noun
a line, as on a map, connecting all points having some property simultaneously, as in having the same delay in receiving a radio signal from a given source or requiring the same time to be reached by available transportation from a given center.
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Origin of isochrone

1690–1700; back formation from isochronous or isochronal
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British Dictionary definitions for isochrone

isochrone
/ (ˈaɪsəʊˌkrəʊn) /

noun
a line on a map or diagram connecting places from which it takes the same time to travel to a certain point
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