adjective Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary Date: 1886 having or involving three axes • triaxiality noun

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  • triaxial — [trī ak′sē əl] adj. having three axes, as some crystals triaxially adv …   English World dictionary

  • triaxial — triaxiality, n. /truy ak see euhl/, adj. having three axes. [1885 90; TRI + AXIAL] * * * …   Universalium

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  • triaxial — [trʌɪ aksɪəl] adjective having or relating to three axes, especially in mechanical or astronomical contexts …   English new terms dictionary

  • triaxial — tri·axial …   English syllables

  • triaxial — tri•ax•i•al [[t]traɪˈæk si əl[/t]] adj. math. having three axes • Etymology: 1885–90 tri•ax i•al′i•ty, n …   From formal English to slang

  • triaxial — /traɪˈæksiəl/ (say truy akseeuhl) adjective having three axes …   Australian English dictionary

  • triaxial — adj. having three axes …   Useful english dictionary

  • Triaxial cable — Triaxial Cable, often referred to triax for short, is a type of electrical cable similar to coaxial cable, but with the addition of an extra layer of insulation and a second conducting sheath. It provides greater bandwidth and rejection of… …   Wikipedia

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