- of or according to geometry
- characterized by or using straight lines, triangles, circles, or similar regular shapes or forms: a geometric pattern
Origin of geometric
Classical Latin geometricus from Classical Greek ge?metrikosAn example of geometric is an art piece made from rectangles, squares and circles.
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Origin of geometric
Classical Latin geometricus from Classical Greek ge?metrikos
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also ge·o·met·ri·cal
adjective
Related Forms:
adverb
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(comparative more geometric, superlative most geometric)
From Latin geōmetricus, from Ancient Greek γεωμετρικός (geōmetrikos).
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