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Mercator

adjective Mer·ca·tor \(ˌ)mər-ˈkā-tər\

Definition of MERCATOR

:  of, relating to, or drawn on the Mercator projection

First Known Use of MERCATOR

1758

Mercator

biographical name Mer·ca·tor \(ˌ)mər-ˈkā-tər\

Definition of MERCATOR

Gerardus 1512–1594 Gerhard Kremer Flem. cartographer

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