Definition of isobront
: a line on a chart marking the simultaneous development of a thunderstorm at different points on the earth's surface
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Origin and Etymology of isobront
isobront International Scientific Vocabulary is- + -bront (from Greek brontē thunder); isobronton from is- + -bronton (from Greek brontē thunder)
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