geometric
ge·o·met·ric
adjective
The definition of geometric is something associated with geometry, or the use of straight lines and shapes.
An example of geometric is an art piece made from rectangles, squares and circles.
geometric
- of or according to geometry
- characterized by or using straight lines, triangles, circles, or similar regular shapes or forms: a geometric pattern
Also ge·o·met′ri·cal
Origin of geometric
Classical Latin geometricus from Classical Greek ge?metrikos a geometric design, pattern, etc.: usually used in pl.
geometric
also ge·o·met·ri·cal
adjective
- a. Of or relating to geometry and its methods and principles.b. Increasing or decreasing in a geometric progression.
- Using simple geometric forms such as circles and squares in design and decoration.
- Of or relating to properties in algebraic geometry involving algebraically closed fields.
Related Forms:
- ge′o·met′ri·cal·ly
adverb
geometric
Adjective
(comparative more geometric, superlative most geometric)
- Of, or relating to geometry.
- increasing or decreasing in a geometric progression.
- Using simple shapes such as circles, triangles and lines in a decorative object.
Origin
From Latin geōmetricus, from Ancient Greek γεωμετρικός (geōmetrikos).