centerline
noun Date: 1807 a real or imaginary line that is equidistant from the surface or sides of something

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • centerline — [sent′ər līn΄] n. a real or imaginary line passing through the center of something and dividing it into two equal parts …   English World dictionary

  • centerline — /sen teuhr luyn /, n. 1. any line that bisects a plane figure: the centerline of a building plan. 2. a line along the center of a road or highway dividing it into separate sections for traffic moving in opposite directions. 3. Radio. the… …   Universalium

  • centerline — cen′ter•line or cen′ter line n. sur any line that bisects a plane figure: the centerline of a building plan[/ex] • Etymology: 1800–10 …   From formal English to slang

  • centerline — noun A line that divides a shape into equal pieces …   Wiktionary

  • centerline — n. line which runs through the middle, line which bisectsn. line which runs through the middle, line which bisects …   English contemporary dictionary

  • centerline — As it pertains to the runway, it is a real or imaginary line down the middle of the runway …   Aviation dictionary

  • centerline — [1] An imaginary line which passes from the front to the rear of a vehicle, half way between the distance between the left and right side of the vehicle. [2] The middle line of the ship, extending from stem to stern at any level …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • centerline — noun a line that bisects a plane figure • Syn: ↑center line • Hypernyms: ↑line …   Useful english dictionary

  • CenterLine Software — was the company behind the Unix programming environments CodeCenter and ObjectCenter. [cite web url=http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi m0SMG/is n5 v14/ai 15402154 title=Centerline Software Inc Companies on the Move Brief Article… …   Wikipedia

  • centerline thrust airplane — A twin engine airplane with both engines mounted on the fuselage, with one installed in front of the cabin as a tractor and the other behind the cabin to act as a pusher. The empennage is mounted on the booms …   Aviation dictionary

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