isotropic

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From iso- +‎ -tropic, from Ancient Greek ἴσος ‎(ísos, equal) + τροπικός ‎(tropikós, of or pertaining to a turn or change; or the solstice; or a trope or figure; tropic; tropical; etc.).

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isotropic ‎(not comparable)

  1. (physics) Having properties that are identical in all directions; exhibiting isotropy.

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