con·cen·tric (kən-sĕntrĭk) also con·cen·tri·cal (-trĭ-kəl)
Having a common center.
[Middle English concentrik, from Medieval Latin concentricus : Latin com-, com- + Latin centrum, center; see CENTER.]
con′cen·trici·ty (kŏn′sĕn-trĭsĭ-tē) n.
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