Meaning of CONCENTRIC in English

CONCENTRIC

adjective

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

circle

The landowners lived centrally, and around them, in concentric circles as it were, lived the working people.

Instead, there was a series of concentric circles , surrounding a small black disk.

The targets are black men with superimposed concentric circles declining to a solid, black bullseye.

The words run along each concentric circle and not across circles.

Julian's Bower, at Alkborough, Lincolnshire, is altogether more elaborate, having twelve concentric circles .

The strata are now much folded and appear on the surface as a series of concentric circles .

The model constructed by Nairn resembles a series of concentric circles .

ring

These are usually made up of a central pit or cup, surrounded by one ring or concentric rings or spiral turns.

Spaced evenly from the bottom up, concentric rings of black crow feathers rise to the top of the cairn.

The other is a piece of reef shaped like a fungal bracket of concentric rings , or perhaps like a footprint cast.

The largest craters show, in addition to their rim walls and central peak structures, outer concentric rings of mountains.

It is built of large blocks of travertine stone and the arch has two concentric rings of radiating voussoirs.

One theory suggests that personality can be viewed as a series of concentric rings .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Furthermore, the transference from Worcester to Lincoln of the concept of a ten-bayed concentric chapter house took place about 1225.

Like the minor, circular designs of the latter, it may have possessed a number of concentric bands.

London and Huddersfield also illustrate the concentric pattern.

The largest craters show, in addition to their rim walls and central peak structures, outer concentric rings of mountains.

The ventral arm plates are nearly pentagonal with a distinct convex distal edge textured with layers of calcite forming a concentric pattern.

There's four concentric cylinders inside, okay?

These represent segments of small circles concentric about the pole of rotation with respect to which the diverging plates are moving.

Thus the total number of concentric spheres in the Eudoxian system was twenty-seven.

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