noun is·al·lo·bar \(ˌ)ī-ˈsa-lə-ˌbär\

Definition of isallobar

  1. :  an imaginary line or a line on a chart connecting the places of equal change of atmospheric pressure within a specified time


play \ˌī-ˌsa-lə-ˈbär-ik, -ˈber-, -ˈba-rik\ adjective

Origin and Etymology of isallobar

International Scientific Vocabulary is- + all- + -bar (as in isobar)

First Known Use: 1910

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