Definition of coaxial in English:

coaxial

Line breaks: co|axial
Pronunciation: /kəʊˈaksɪəl
 
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adjective

1Having a common axis.
More example sentences
  • It is also armed with a 25-mm automatic cannon and a 7.62-mm coaxial machine gun common to these fighting vehicles.
1.1(Of a cable or line) transmitting by means of two concentric conductors separated by an insulator.
More example sentences
  • There are at least four methods for moving signals between interconnected consumer electronics devices - over phone wires, coaxial cable lines, power lines or wireless.
  • Telephone lines and coaxial cable will be the only real options for commercially viable and reliable high speed Internet service.
  • Power surges travel through any electric, telephone, or coaxial cable line.

Derivatives

coaxially

adverb
More example sentences
  • It is also armed with a 7.62 mm standard machine gun mounted coaxially with the main gun and a 7.62 mm air defence machine gun mounted on the turret roof.
  • The adjusting device includes a coaxially arranged stem provided with retaining teeth which forms one of the exterior linking bodies.
  • It greatly speeds up the process by which two types of fibers can be coaxially blended into a continuous yarn strand.

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