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equidistant

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishequidistante‧qui‧dis‧tant /ˌiːkwəˈdɪstənt◂/ adjective 🔊 🔊 EQUALat an equal distance from two places syn halfwayequidistant from/between 🔊 The city is equidistant between London and Glasgow.
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equidistantThe north and south coasts are 14 miles equidistant.Three single beds, pinned to floor, equidistant.The counter's outputs are binary numbers representing 16 equidistant, cyclically generated carrier phase angles.He concluded that all the stars are equidistant from earth; some stars simply shine more brightly than others.Each socket is equidistant from its neighbours.A circle is a shape on which all points are equidistant from some point lying inside.This simply ensures that both E strings are equidistant from the edge of the fingerboard.The equidistant smell of the trees kept her on the road.equidistant from/betweenHe concluded that all the stars are equidistant from earth; some stars simply shine more brightly than others.Each socket is equidistant from its neighbours.The asteroids are located at a point equidistant from Jupiter and the Sun.A circle is a shape on which all points are equidistant from some point lying inside.This simply ensures that both E strings are equidistant from the edge of the fingerboard.On a uniform rod, unit weights can be balanced equidistant from the fulcrum.Plumb all the posts and use string to ensure they are lined up equidistant from the house.The 45° line joins together all those points which are equidistant from the two axes.The latter had two locations which were equidistant from the two furnaces which were constructed on that wall to the north.
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