Isocline meaning

ī'sə-klīn'
An anticline or syncline so tightly folded that the rock beds of the two sides are nearly parallel.
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An anticline or syncline so compressed that the strata on both sides of the axis dip with equal inclination in the same direction.
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An isoclinal line.
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A geologic fold that has two parallel limbs.
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(geology) A tightly folded syncline or anticline in which the two sides are almost parallel.
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(mathematics) Any of a series of lines having the same slope.
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A line on a map linking places with the same magnetic dip.
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Origin of isocline

From iso- +‎ -cline (“slope”).