isocline

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From iso- +‎ -cline ‎(slope).

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isocline ‎(plural isoclines)

  1. (geology) A tightly folded syncline or anticline in which the two sides are almost parallel
  2. (mathematics) Any of a series of lines having the same slope
  3. A line on a map linking places with the same magnetic dip

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isocline f

  1. plural of isoclina

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