- IN MATH: 1. n. a correspondence of parts. These include:
**BILATERAL SYMMETRY**: one-to-one matching of parts on opposite sides of a line. EX. The human body has bilateral symmetry.**RADIAL (OR POINT) SYMMETRY**: matching of parts from a center outward. EX. a circle has radial symmetry. A daisy and a snow flake have radial symmetry.

IN ENGLISH: 1. adj. a having balance; having a special correspondence of parts.

APPLICATION: See list 0.

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