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symmetrical

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Shapes, patterns, Maths
symmetricalsym‧met‧ri‧cal /sɪˈmetrɪkəl/ ●○○ (also symmetric /sɪˈmetrɪk/) adjective  REGULARan object or design that is symmetrical has two halves that are exactly the same shape and size opp asymmetrical The pattern was perfectly symmetrical.symmetrically /-kli/ adverb
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symmetricalThe columns on either side of the door were perfectly symmetrical.So, it is a myth that conversational discourse is inevitably symmetrical.There are usually very many muscles - up to 2000 or so in some Lepidopteran larvae - and the system is bilaterally symmetrical.The leaves of most trees are symmetrical in shape.As a result, he was able to create a symmetrical, monumental composition of great power.With pinch and cartridge pleat tape you will need to balance your end spaces to make your pleating symmetrical on both curtains.Thus, any change in a gene will tend to make the ornament smaller, less symmetrical, or less colorful.The glassy texture is the result of lack of regular, symmetrical order in the arrangement of atoms.Palladio built the Villa Rotunda following a symmetrical plan.When leafless, their bark is pretty, and the symmetrical structure of the branches has a classical quality.
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