Etymology
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isotropic (adj.)

"having the same properties in all directions," 1856, from iso- + -tropic, from Greek tropikos "belonging to a turning," from tropos "a turning, way, manner," from trepein "to turn" (from PIE root *trep- "to turn"). Isotropous is from 1859.

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Definitions of isotropic

isotropic (adj.)
invariant with respect to direction;
Synonyms: isotropous
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