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Isometric


/ˌīsəˈmetrik/

Adjective

1. Of, or exhibiting equality in dimensions. (wiktionary.org)

2. Of, or being a geometric system of three equal axes lying at right angles to each other (especially in crystallography). (wiktionary.org)

3. (Physiology) Of or involving muscular contraction against resistance in which the length of the muscle remains the same. (wiktionary.org)

4. (Physics, of a thermodynamic process) Taking place at constant volume because of being confined by rigid boundaries. (wiktionary.org)

5. (In technical or architectural drawing) Incorporating a method of showing projection or perspective in which the three principal dimensions are represented by three axes 120° apart. (Google Dictionary)

6. (Of a transformation) Without change of shape or size. (Google Dictionary)

7. Of, relating to, or characterized by equality of measure; especially relating to or being a crystallographic system characterized by three equal axes at right angles. (merriam-webster.com)

Word origin: Coined from Greek isos “equal” + metron “measure”


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