Definitions for centricˈsɛn trɪk
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
pertaining to or situated at the center; central.
Origin of centric:
1580–90; < Gk kentrikós=kéntr(on) (see center ) +-ikos -ic
cen•tric′i•ty-ˈtrɪs ɪ ti(n.)
a combining form meaning “having centers” of the specified number or kind (dicentric); “centered upon, focused around” that named by the first element (ethnocentric).
Origin of -centric:
having or situated at or near a center
Being in the centre; central.
Pertaining to a nerve centre.
Being a member of the class Centrales
Origin: From κεντρικός.
alt. of Centrical
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