Synclinal meaning

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Sloping downward from opposite directions to meet in a common point or line.
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(geology) Relating to, formed by, or forming a syncline.
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Sloping downward in opposite directions so as to meet.
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Of, formed by, or forming a syncline.
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(chemistry) Describing a torsion angle between 30° and 90°
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Inclined downward from opposite directions, so as to meet in a common point or line.
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(geology) Formed by strata dipping toward a common line or plane.

A synclinal trough or valley; a synclinal fold.

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(geology) A synclinal fold.
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Origin of synclinal

  • From syn- +"Ž -clinal.

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