Meaning of coaxial

co•ax•i•al

Pronunciation: (kō-ak'sē-ul), [key]
— adj.
  1. having a common axis or coincident axes.
    1. (of a set of circles) having the property that each pair of circles has the same radical axis.
    2. (of planes) intersecting in a straight line.
  2. (of a loudspeaker) having two or more cones with their centers mounted on the same axis.
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