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cyclic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Chronology
cycliccy‧clic /ˈsaɪklɪk/ AWL (also cyclical /ˈsɪklɪkəl, ˈsaɪ-/) adjective  TMChappening in cycles cyclical changes in the economycyclically /-kli/ adverb
Examples from the Corpus
cyclica cyclical downturn in the economyTheir occurrence seems to be cyclic and may well express the evolution of levels of consciousness.I slid my leg between the cyclic and the front of the seat and lowered myself on to the nylon mesh.To sum up all of the above in one phrase - cyclic controls speed, throttle controls height.I put my hand on the wavering cyclic grip between my knees.Leese was getting in on the other side, and my cyclic stick moved as he bumped his with his leg.Rocks splintered by centuries of cyclic thaws crumbled under my boots.If the model repeatedly moves to the right, then left cyclic trim is needed and viceversa.As I concentrated on keeping us over one spot with the cyclic, we climbed.
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