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-centric

adjective combining form

: having (something) at the center

: having (something) as a central interest, influence, subject, etc.

Full Definition of -CENTRIC

1
:  having (such) a center or (such or so many) centers <polycentric>
2
:  having (something specified) as its center <heliocentric>

Examples of -CENTRIC

  1. The solar system is heliocentric, meaning that the sun is at its center.

Origin of -CENTRIC

Medieval Latin -centricus, from Latin centrum center

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