Meaning isobar
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Lines on a map joining points of equal atmospheric pressure.
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A line connecting points of equal pressure.
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1864, coined from Greek isos "equal" (see iso-) + baros "weight," from PIE root *gwere- (2) "heavy" (see grave (adj.)). Line connecting places with the same barometric pr [..]
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A line connecting points of equal pressure
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lines on a weather map connecting areas of equal atmospheric pressure.
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n. A line joining points at which the barometric pressure is the same at a specified moment.
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A line on a weather map that connects points of equal pressure. On a weather map, isobars extend around areas of high and low pressure.
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(n) - a line that connects points of the same pressure
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A line on a weather map denoting locations with the same atmospheric pressure.
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line on a weather map connecting places that have the same air pressure. isotherm -
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(n) (meteorology)an isogram connecting points having equal barometric pressure at a given time
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is a contour (or line) of constant pressure. Meteorologist study maps of isobars to predict the weather.
Source: oceancurrents.rsmas.miami.edu

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Isobar A curve connecting values of equal pressure.
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a line on a weather map connecting places with equal air pressure.
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The line drawn on a weather map connecting points of equal barometric pressure.
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An isopleth of pressure.
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A line on a weather map that joins places with the same atmospheric pressure.
Source: metcheck.com

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Line, on a meteorological chart, passing through all places having the same barometric pressure.
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a line on a chart that connects points of equal atmospheric pressure
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Lines of equal barometric pressure as shown on a weather map.
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A line on a weather chart showing places having the same atmospheric pressure at the same time.
Source: skystef.be

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A line of equal or constant barometric pressure.
Source: aviationweather.ws

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A line connecting points of equal pressure.
Source: forecast.weather.gov

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A line on a weather map that connects points of equal pressure. On a weather map, isobars extend around areas of high and low pressure. Jet Stream
Source: weca.org

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A line connecting points of equal pressure.
Source: weatherzone.com.au

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A line of equal or constant pressure; an isopleths of pressure. In meteorology, it most often refers to a line drawn through all points of equal atmospheric pressure along a given reference surface, s [..]
Source: sgsweather.com

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A line connecting points of equal pressure.
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A line on a map or chart that links points of equal atmospheric pressure.
Source: metlink.org

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A line on a weather map that connects points of equal pressure. On a weather map, isobars extend around centers of high and low pressure.
Source: fairbanksmuseum.org

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A line of equal or constant pressure; also known as an isopleth of pressure.
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A line connecting points of equal pressure.
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A line of equal barometric pressure
Source: extremestorms.com.au

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The line drawn on a weather map connecting points of equal barometric pressure.
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A line connecting points of equal pressure.
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A line of equal barometric pressure on a weather map. Isotherm
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The line drawn on a weather map connecting points of equal barometric pressure.
Source: communityweather.org.nz

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The line drawn on a weather map connecting points of equal barometric pressure
Source: image.weather.com

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A line connecting points of equal pressure.
Source: jaweather.com

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A line connecting points of equal pressure.
Source: weatherdudes.com

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The line drawn on a weather map connecting points of equal barometric pressure.
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A line connecting points of equal atmospheric pressure on a weather map. 
Source: nwcg.gov

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1. A contour line that corresponds to values measured at identical pressures. For example, curves on a plot of gas volumes measured at different temperatures in an open container are isobars. 2. Nucli [..]
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(Weather) A line drawn on a map or chart connecting places of equal or constant pressure.
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