adjective equi·axed \"+ˌakst\

Definition of equiaxed

  1. :  having approximately equal dimensions in all directions —used especially of a crystal grain in a metal

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Origin and Etymology of equiaxed

French équiaxe (from équi- equi- + axe axis, from Latin axis) + English -ed — more at axis

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