conical


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con·i·cal

 (kŏn′ĭ-kəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or shaped like a cone.

con′i·cal·ly adv.

conical

(ˈkɒnɪkəl)
adj
1. (Mathematics) having the shape of a cone
2. (Mathematics) of or relating to a cone
ˈconically adv
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Adj.1.conical - relating to or resembling a cone; "conical mountains"; "conelike fruit"

conical

conic
adjective cone-shaped, pointed, tapered, tapering, pyramidal, funnel-shaped We were soon aware of a great conical shape to the north-east.
Translations
مَخْروطي الشَّكْل
kuželovitýkuželový
kegleformetkonisk
kúp alakú
keilulaga
stożkowatystożkowy
kónický
koni şeklinde

conical

[ˈkɒnɪkəl] ADJcónico

conical

[ˈkɒnɪkəl] adjconique, de forme conique

conical

[ˈkɒnɪkl] adjconico/a
conical hat → cappello a cono

cone

(koun) noun
1. a solid figure with a point and a base in the shape of a circle or oval.
2. the fruit of the pine, fir etc. fir-cones.
3. a pointed holder for ice cream; an ice-cream cone.
4. a warning sign placed next to roadworks etc or where parking is not allowed.
conical (ˈkonikl) adjective
cone-shaped.
References in classic literature ?
When the candle-ends sent up their conical yellow flames, all the coloured figures from Austria stood out clear and full of meaning against the green boughs.
It was of a conical shape, some ten feet high; consisting of the long, huge slabs of limber black bone taken from the middle and highest part of the jaws of the right-whale.
He had on his head a conical steel casque that only came down to his ears, and for visor had only a narrow steel bar that extended down to his upper lip and protected his nose; and all the rest of him, from neck to heel, was flexible chain mail, trousers and all.
He had on a tight-fitting parti-striped dress, and his head was surmounted by the conical cap and bells.
There were many natives lolling in shady spots beside the conical huts or beneath the branches of the several trees which had been left standing within the enclosure.
This precious weapon of American origin could throw with ease a conical projectile of nine pounds to a mean distance of ten miles.
Towards Sunbury was a dark appearance, as though a conical hill had suddenly come into being there, hiding our view of the farther country; and then, remoter across the river, over Walton, we saw another such summit.
It is a rock of almost conical form, which looks as though it had been thrust up by volcanic force from the depth to the surface of the ocean.
The vast plain was studded on the west with innumerable hills of conical shape, such as are seen north of the Arkansas River.
High up against the horizon were the huge conical masses of hill, like giant mounds intended to fortify this region of corn and grass against the keen and hungry winds of the north; not distant enough to be clothed in purple mystery, but with sombre greenish sides visibly specked with sheep, whose motion was only revealed by memory, not detected by sight; wooed from day to day by the changing hours, but responding with no change in themselves--left for ever grim and sullen after the flush of morning, the winged gleams of the April noonday, the parting crimson glory of the ripening summer sun.
Its surface is dotted all over with little conical prominences, looking not unlike the knobs, on an antiquated church door.
These were of a circular and conical form, and about sixteen feet in diameter; being mere tents of dressed buffalo skins, sewed together and stretched on long poles, inclined towards each other so as to cross at about half their height.