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e·qui·dis·tant

 (ē′kwĭ-dĭs′tənt, ĕk′wĭ-)
adj.
Equally distant.

e′qui·dis′tance (-təns) n.
e′qui·dis′tant·ly adv.

equidistant

(ˌiːkwɪˈdɪstənt)
adj
distant by equal amounts from two or more places
ˌequiˈdistance n
ˌequiˈdistantly adv

e•qui•dis•tant

(ˌi kwɪˈdɪs tənt, ˌɛk wɪ-)

adj.
equally distant.
[1560–70; < Middle French < Late Latin]
e`qui•dis′tance, n.
e`qui•dis′tant•ly, adv.

e·qui·dis·tant

(ē′kwĭ-dĭs′tənt)
Equally distant: two points that are equidistant from a third point.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.equidistant - the same distance apart at every point
equal - having the same quantity, value, or measure as another; "on equal terms"; "all men are equal before the law"
Translations

equidistant

[ˈiːkwɪˈdɪstənt] ADJequidistante

equidistant

[ˌiːkwiˈdɪstənt] adj [point, place] → équidistant(e)
to be equidistant from → être à égale distance de

equidistant

adjgleich weit entfernt (from von)

equidistant

[ˈiːkwɪˈdɪstnt] adjequidistante
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