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 (ī-sŏk′rə-nəl) or i·soch·ro·nous (-nəs)
1. Equal in duration.
2. Characterized by or occurring at equal intervals of time.

[From New Latin īsochronus, from Greek īsokhronos : īso-, iso- + khronos, time.]

i·soch′ro·nal·ly adv.
i·soch′ro·nism n.


1. the characteristic of having a uniform period of vibration.
2. the condition of occurring at the same time as another event. — isochronic, adj.isochrony, n.
See also: Time
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