noun iso·chron \ˈī-sə-ˌkrän\
variants: or


play \ˈī-sə-ˌkrōn\

Definition of isochron

  1. :  an imaginary line or a line on a chart connecting points at which an event occurs simultaneously or which represents the same time or time difference

Origin and Etymology of isochron

International Scientific Vocabulary is- + -chron (from Greek chronos time)

First Known Use: 1881

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