Coaxial meaning

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Having or mounted on a common axis.
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Having a common axis.
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Designating a compound speaker consisting of a smaller unit mounted within and connected with a larger one on a common axis: the smaller unit reproduces the higher frequencies, beyond the range of the larger.
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Designating a high-frequency transmission line or cable in which a solid or stranded central conductor is surrounded by an insulating medium which, in turn, is surrounded by a solid or braided outside conductor in the form of a cylindrical shell: it is used for sending telephone, telegraph, television, etc. impulses.
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(geometry) Having a common central axis.
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Origin of coaxial

  • co- +‎ axial

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