cylindric
adjective see cylindrical

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  • Cylindric — Cy*lin dric (s? l?n dr?k), Cylindrical Cy*lin dric*al ( dr? kal), a. [Gr. kylindriko s, from ky lindros cylinder: cf. F. cylindrique.] Having the form of a cylinder, or of a section of its convex surface; partaking of the properties of the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cylindric — adjective Of, or related to cylinders. Syn: cylindrical See Also: cylindricity …   Wiktionary

  • cylindric — adj. relating to or having the form of a cylinder …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cylindric —   adj. cylindrical   Of a 2 dimensional structure that is tubular or rod shaped, e.g. many cycad microstrobili …   Expanded glossary of Cycad terms

  • cylindric — cy·lin·dric …   English syllables

  • cylindric — adjective having the form of a cylinder • Syn: ↑cylindrical • Similar to: ↑rounded • Derivationally related forms: ↑cylinder, ↑cylindricalness (for: ↑cylindr …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cylindric surface — Cylindric Cy*lin dric (s? l?n dr?k), Cylindrical Cy*lin dric*al ( dr? kal), a. [Gr. kylindriko s, from ky lindros cylinder: cf. F. cylindrique.] Having the form of a cylinder, or of a section of its convex surface; partaking of the properties of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Cylindric algebra — The notion of cylindric algebra, invented by Alfred Tarski, arises naturally in the algebraization of first order logic with equality. This is comparable to the role Boolean algebras play for propositional logic. Indeed, cylindric algebras are… …   Wikipedia

  • Cylindric numbering — In computability theory a cylindric numbering is a special kind of numbering first introduced by Yuri L. Ershov in 1973. If a numberings ν is reducible to μ then there exists a computable function f with . Usually f is not injective but if μ is a …   Wikipedia

  • Cylindric projection — Projection Pro*jec tion, n. [L. projectio: cf. F. projection.] [1913 Webster] 1. The act of throwing or shooting forward. [1913 Webster] 2. A jutting out; also, a part jutting out, as of a building; an extension beyond something else. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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