# rectilinear

• 1Rectilinear — may refer to:* Rectilinear grid, a tessellation of the Euclidean plane * Rectilinear lens, a photographic lens * Rectilinear locomotion, a form of animal locomotion * Rectilinear polygon, a polygon whose edges meet at right angles * Rectilinear&#8230; …

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• 2rectilinear — RECTILINEÁR, Ă adj. v. rectiliniar. Trimis de LauraGellner, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DN …

Dicționar Român

• 3rectilinear — (adj.) forming a straight line, 1650s, from rectiline (1560s), from L.L. rectilineus, from rectus straight (see RIGHT (Cf. right) (adj.1)) + linea line (see LINE (Cf. line) (n.)) …

Etymology dictionary

• 4rectilinear — (also rectilineal) ► ADJECTIVE ▪ contained by, consisting of, or moving in a straight line or lines. ORIGIN from Latin rectus straight + linea line …

English terms dictionary

• 5rectilinear — [rek΄tə lin′ē ər] adj. [&LT; LL rectilineus &LT; recti (see RECTI ) + linea,LINE1 + AR] 1. moving in a straight line 2. forming a straight line 3. bounded or formed by straight lines …

English World dictionary

• 6Rectilinear — Rectilineal Rec ti*lin e*al ( l?n ?*al), Rectilinear Rec ti*lin e*ar ( l?n ?*?r), a. [Recti + lineal, linear.] Straight; consisting of a straight line or lines; bounded by straight lines; as, a rectineal angle; a rectilinear figure or course.&#8230; …

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

• 7rectilinear — adjective Etymology: Late Latin rectilineus, from Latin rectus + linea line Date: 1659 1. moving in or forming a straight line < rectilinear motion > 2. characterized by straight lines < the rectilinear skyline of a modern city > 3. perpendicular …

New Collegiate Dictionary

• 8rectilinear — adjective a) In a straight line. The crankshaft and connecting rods of an engine convert the rectilinear motion of the pistons to rotary motion of the flywheel. b) Formed from straight lines. See Also: rectangle, rectangular …

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• 9Rectilinear locomotion — is a mode of locomotion most often associated with snakes, particularly heavy bodied species like terrestrial pythons and boas, although most snakes are capable of it. Unlike all other modes of snake locomotion, in which the snake bends its body …

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• 10Rectilinear propagation — is a wave property which states that waves (move or spread out) in straight lines. This property applies to both transverse and longitudinal waves. Even though a wave front may be bent (the waves created by a rock hitting a pond) the individual&#8230; …

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