What does "asymetrical" mean?


Asymmetrical refers to the absence of or a violation of symmetry. It can mean having two sides that do not match such as uneven or out of whack. Asymmetrical may also mean things that are going in the right direction or on the wrong track.
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Ask.com Answer for: what does asymmetrical mean
[ey-suh-me-trik, as-uh-]
not identical on both sides of a central line; unsymmetrical; lacking symmetry: Most faces are asymmetric.
(of a logical or mathematical relation) holding true of members of a class in one order but not in the opposite order, as in the relation “being an ancestor of.”
Source: Dictionary.com
The term asymmetrical is often used as an adjective to mean characterised by irregularity in shape and outline. This word can also be used to mean not in accordance with a given convention or rule and it is used synonymously with the term irregular.
Asymmetrical is a term used to describe something that does not have any symmetry or regularity. For example, a molecule could be asymmetrical, as could a hemline.
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