Definition of coaxial
1 : having coincident axes
2 : mounted on concentric shafts
coaxiallyplay \-sē-ə-lē\ adverb
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A coaxial cable connected the camera to a tablet on dry land.
The fastest internet services today are wired – usually powered by fiber optic lines or coaxial cables.
Initially, it was conceived to replace coaxial cables and remove the need to drill holes and string wires.
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