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- n. The coordinates of a point measured as its perpendicular distance to the right of a vertical axis (the y-axis) and its perpendicular distance above a horizontal axis (the x-axis).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. distance of a point from lines or planes; -- used in a system of representing geometric quantities, invented by Descartes.
- n. See under Cartesian.
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