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recta

[ rek-tuh ]

noun

  1. a plural of rectum.


recta

/ ˈrɛktə /

noun

  1. See rectum
    a plural of rectum


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Example Sentences

Of sections of the cone, he says, there are five species from the “recta linea” or line-pair to the circle.

Recta L f incidit in x; is not proved; nor doth it follow from his Quare.

(excepting P., which terminates with section 43) is there a word about umbra recta or umbra versa.

The side-parts of the scale are called Umbra versa, the lower part Umbra recta or extensa.

Such clauses show a marked tendency to revert to their Normal oratio recta order.

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