Definition of centred in English:


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Pronunciation: /ˈsɛntəd
(US centered)


1Placed or situated in the centre.
More example sentences
  • He had nothing to offer on whether the Selectric balls duplicated the superscripts found on Word, or whether the Selectric balls could produce proportional fonts, kerning, or centered titles.
  • I've climbed extensively with both offset and centered monopoints, and the difference isn't readily noticeable - both work equally well.
  • And it is literally impossible that on three separate memos, the typist managed to perfectly line up centered text exactly the way Microsoft Word would.
2 [in combination] Having a specified subject as the most important or focal element: a child-centred school
3 [in combination] (Of a chocolate) having a centre or filling of a specified type: a soft-centred chocolate
4chiefly US (Of a person) well balanced and confident or serene: she is very together, very domesticated, very centred
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  • You tend to be moody but need to come from a centred and balanced space to deal with finances and business opportunities.
  • So there's a thought - you could use the visualised image as a gateway back into memory or just a gateway into a centred, balanced or evocative mental space.
  • I feel centred and strong, and it's a lovely feeling.



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  • For example, her lovely graphic up above there is supposed to be centered, and I bet if I were a more advanced web designer I'm sure I could ensure its centeredness, but I've tried mightily and it's just not sitting still.
  • It has pairs of large moody mandalas on each wall that loom and seem to spin, exuding a strong energy that creates an extraordinary zone of centeredness, stillness and power.
  • Faith brings you stability, centeredness, calmness and love.

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