center of gravity

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  • IPA(key): /ˌsen.tər əv ˈɡræv.ə.ti/

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center of gravity (plural centers of gravity) (American)

  1. (physics) A point, near or within a body, through which its weight can be assumed to act when considering forces on the body and its motion under gravity. This coincides with the center of mass in a uniform gravitational field.
  2. (figuratively) Any pivotal or central idea or group.

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