Definitions for **"X-Axis"**

The left-to-right or horizontal movement of the engraving spindle.

An axis referenced by forming an imaginary line through the pin of the weightblock vertically.

The horizontal number line in a plane

points, representing a straight line, which runs horizontally through a video image. The X-Axis is used as a reference for vertical rotation of images in video effects mechanisms.

(n.) The horizontal axis in the Cartesian coordinates system. Although coordinate systems can be moved and their orientations can be altered, the x-axis is always perpendicular to the y-axis. See also z-axis.

See x-coordinate.

1.The longitudinal axis around which a vehicle structure rolls from side to side. 2. Represents the total time across the face of the oscilloscope.

the horizontal axis in a plane coordinate system

the scale that runs across the bottom of a chart; horizontal axis of a chart. An abscissa is the particular x-coordinate of a point on the chart..

A line, usually horizontal, along the bottom of a chart. The x-axis shows the labels for the data series. Also called the horizontal axis.

The horizontal axis of the rectangular coordinate system.

The horizontal number line on a coordinate plane.

The horizontal (left-to-right) axis of a line or image.

one of two intersecting straight lines that determine a coordinate system in a plane; typically the horizontal axis.

Conventionally, the horizontal axis of any type of graph.

The horizontal axis of a graph.

The imaginary line connecting the centers of rotation of the eyes. The line connecting the geometric centers of a pair of spectacle lenses.

The axis of motion that is always horizontal and parallel to the work holding surface.

The horizontal reference line in the Coordinate Plane.

The highest RG spin axis on a ball. Usually the "Preferred Spin Axis."

The abscissa or horizontal axis in a cartesian plane.

Mathematical Horizontal Axis.

Horizontal axis or line in a coordinate system.

One of the axes in a three-dimensional system, that is not the y- or z-axis.