Trapeziform Tra*pe"zi*form, a. [Trapezium + -form: cf. F. trap['e]ziforme.] Having the form of a trapezium; trapezoid. [1913 Webster]

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  • trapeziform — [trə pē′zə fôrm΄, trapē′zə fôrm΄] adj. shaped like a trapezium …   English World dictionary

  • trapeziform — /treuh pee zeuh fawrm /, adj. formed like a trapezium. [1770 80; TRAPEZI(UM) + FORM] * * * …   Universalium

  • trapeziform — adjective Shaped like a trapezoid …   Wiktionary

  • trapeziform — SYN: trapezoid (1). * * * tra·pez·i·form (trə pezґĭ form) trapezoid (def. 1) …   Medical dictionary

  • trapeziform — tra pe·zi·form || trÉ™ pɪːzɪfÉ”rm / fɔːm adj. resembling a trapeze …   English contemporary dictionary

  • trapeziform — tra·pe·zi·form …   English syllables

  • trapeziform — /trəˈpizəfɔm/ (say truh peezuhfawm) adjective formed like a trapezium …   Australian English dictionary

  • trapeziform — zəˌfȯrm adjective Etymology: probably from (assumed) New Latin trapeziformis, from trapezium + Latin iformis iform : having the form of a trapezium …   Useful english dictionary

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