- latitude ► NOUN 1) the angular distance of a place north or south of the equator. 2) (latitudes) regions with reference to their temperature and distance from the equator: northern latitudes. 3) scope for freedom of action or thought.DERIVATIVES latitudinal adjective latitudinally adverb.ORIGIN Latin latitudo 'breadth' .
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latitudinally — adverb see latitude … New Collegiate Dictionary
latitudinally — See latitudinal. * * * … Universalium
latitudinally — adverb a) In a latitudinal manner b) With regard to latitude … Wiktionary
latitudinally — adv. in a latitudinal manner (pertaining to the width of a surface); in a manner which corresponds with lines of latitude … English contemporary dictionary
latitudinally — lat·i·tu·di·nal·ly … English syllables
latitudinally — adverb see latitudinal * * * latitūdˈinally adverb • • • Main Entry: ↑latitude … Useful english dictionary
latitudinal — latitudinally, adv. /lat i toohd n l, tyoohd /, adj. of or pertaining to latitude. [1535 45; < L latitudin (s. of latitudo) LATITUDE + AL1] * * * … Universalium
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