from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Situated at or near the center; central.
- adj. Having a center.
- adj. Of or relating to diatoms of the class Centrales, distinguished by their radially symmetrical form.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Being in the centre; central.
- adj. Pertaining to a nerve centre.
- adj. Being a member of the class Centrales
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Placed in the center or middle; central; situated at or near a center.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Central; basic; fundamental.
- Originating at or connected with a central point: as, a centric nervous disease (that is, one depending on a brain-lesion, for example, as contrasted with a peripheral disease affecting the nerves in their course).
- n. A circle the center of which is the same as that of the earth.
- In petrography, applied by Becke (1878) to rock fabrics formed by the grouping of crystals about a center, radially or concentrically.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having or situated at or near a center
Changing the cookie system from unique ID-centric to segment-centric is a large technical challenge and might take some sites, ad networks, and widgets many months to complete.
Asia-centric is usually code for lots of ninjas, and DD knows a bit about fighting them.
Do you need to know why labeling a Mac as mouse-centric is spurious?
Key finding: vendor dissatisfaction is uncommon in the Latin American-centric technology, particularly in the applications development and software testing sectors among top ranked suppliers Strong dissatisfaction in this geographically-specific ITO sector occurred in 7. 3% of the first year clients, but only 2. 8% of clients beyond their 13th month or more of contracted relations.
US clients are among the most satisfied with Latin American-centric outsourcing services delivery averaging 90. 8% with 2009 projects.
Latin American-centric providers are defined as having their headquarters and majority of service delivery centers in South America, Central America or Mexico.
Key finding: most important customer satisfaction KPIs for clients utilizing Latin American-centric vendors
"centric" is the word after "theory" that needs to stop being abused when discussing LOST.
Your solutions are Arab-centric, which is another word for stupid, unworkable and intolerate.
‘River of News’ model seems to be too news-centric, which is okay if you are aggregating news and blogs.
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