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  1. eccentric

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  1. One or more circles within each other not having the same centre point (eccentric)
  2. The condition that exists when a load is applied on a line of action that does not pass through the centroid of the body it is applied to (eccentric)
  3. not circular; elliptical See also ellipse (eccentric)
  4. If something is eccentric, it is strange or different In the case of orbits, eccentric means the orbit is "out of round" or oval, instead of being a perfect circle (eccentric)
  5. deviating from a circular form or path, as in an elliptical orbit (eccentric)
  6. Not having the same center (eccentric)
  7. [1] Two circles, one within the other, neither sharing the same center, i e , they are off-center (eccentric)
  8. Not in the center (eccentric)
  9. A form of crank in which a circular disc set eccentrically upon a shaft forms at once the crank web and crank pin Eccentrics are usually made of cast steel or iron and if large are lightened to save weight They are made in two parts connected by tap bolts and keyed to the crank shaft Eccentrics are utilized to convert circular to rectilinear motion The rectilinear travel is usually short relative to the diameter of the crank shaft so the ordinary form of crank is impracticable (eccentric)
  10. Eccentric refers to a muscle movement causing a lengthening of the muscle; movement of a muscle away from the body (eccentric)
  11. The general term "eccentric" refers to two circles whose center is not at the same point The primary bicycle usage refers to the special bottom brackets used on better tandems and some other cycles, which allows the bottom bracket to be moved slightly for purposes of fine-tuning chain length A tandem synch chain runs between two bottom brackets, and the front bottom bracket is usually mounted in an eccentric This is a cylindrical part with a large hole running parallel to its axis This hole is sized and threaded to accept a normal bottom bracket assembly The cylinder mounts into an oversized shell located where a normal bottom bracket would be The outer shell may use pinch bolts or setscrews to secure the moveable eccentric cylinder in position Some eccentrics use a wedge bolt system, similar to that of a handlebar stem, so secure the cylinder For more details on this, see my article on Adjusting Tandem Synch Chains (eccentric)
  12. If you say that someone is eccentric, you mean that they behave in a strange way, and have habits or opinions that are different from those of most people. He is an eccentric character who likes wearing a beret and dark glasses. = odd An eccentric is an eccentric person. On first impressions it would be easy to dismiss Duke as an eccentric. + eccentrically ec·cen·tri·cal·ly painters, eccentrically dressed and already half drunk. someone who behaves in a way that is different from what is usual or socially accepted (eccentric)
  13. strange, odd, queer, unconventional isim (eccentric)
  14. strange or unusual person, odd character isim (eccentric)
  15. a person with an unusual or odd personality (eccentric)
  16. a person of a specified kind (usually with many eccentricities); "a real character"; "a strange character"; "a friendly eccentric"; "the capable type"; "a mental case" (eccentric)
  17. Noncircular; elliptical (applied to an orbit) (eccentric)
  18. not having a common center; not concentric; "eccentric circles" (eccentric)
  19. conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual; "restaurants of bizarre design--one like a hat, another like a rabbit"; "famed for his eccentric spelling"; "a freakish combination of styles"; "his off-the-wall antics"; "the outlandish clothes of teenagers"; "outre and affected stage antics" (eccentric)
  20. strange, unusual, odd sıfat (eccentric)

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