n. (plural of major axis English)
See major axis
Usage examples of "major axes".
Quantitative data should also be assembled to test my preliminary calculations suggesting differing rates of diffusion along the major axes of Eurasia, the Americas, and Africa.
Castle Rock, with its massive stations Rockhouse Major and Minor, lay more or less at the center of Familias Regnant spaceat least in three major axes.
COMPANY MINE 31-at last it came-ONE OF THE NEWEST OF VANGUARD MINING'S ASSETS, THE BASE ASTEROID FOR CM-31 HAD AN ORIGINAL FORM CLOSE TO A TRIAXIAL ELUPSOID WITH SEMI-MAJOR AXES 0.
Four colored spheres the size of marbles hung on crystal rods arranged with respect to each other as the four major axes of a tetrahedron.
He simply angled inward and backward along the craft's major axes, figuring that the most sensitive material would probably be kept there.
Their point of view continued down, sliding around the major axes and gliding past the interwoven sub-branches, until the multifaceted arms of the structure stretched over them.