Meaning of CENTERED in English
cen ‧ tred BrE AmE British English , centered American English /ˈsentəd $ -ərd/ adjective
[ Word Family: noun : CENTRE/CENTER , ↑ centralization ≠ ↑ decentralization , ↑ centralism , ↑ centrist ; adjective : ↑ central , ↑ centralized ≠ ↑ decentralized , CENTRED/CENTERED , ↑ centrist ; verb : CENTRE/CENTER , ↑ centralize ≠ ↑ decentralize ; adverb : ↑ centrally ]
1 . ( also -centred ) [only after noun] having a particular person or group as the most important part or ↑ focus of something:
a student-centred approach
2 . feeling calm and in control of your life and feelings:
Julia seems very centred nowadays.
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English. Longman - Словарь современного английского языка. 2012