quaquaversal


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quaquaversal

(ˌkwɑːkwəˈvɜːsəl)
adj
(Geological Science) geology directed outwards in all directions from a common centre: the quaquaversal dip of a pericline.
[C18: from Latin quāquā in every direction + versus towards]
ˌquaquaˈversally adv
Translations
あらゆる方向に伸びたドーム状の全天の
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