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Adjective: central  sen-trul
  1. Serving as an essential component
    "the central cause of the problem";
    - cardinal, fundamental, key, primal
     
  2. In or near a centre or constituting a centre; the inner area
    "a central position"
Noun: central  sen-trul
  1. A workplace that serves as a telecommunications facility where lines from telephones can be connected together to permit communication
    - telephone exchange, exchange

Derived forms: centrals

See also: amidship, bicentric, bifocal, center [US], centered [US], centre [Brit, Cdn], centred [Brit, Cdn], centric, centrical, focal, halfway, important, medial, median, middle, middlemost, midmost, midway, nuclear, of import

Type of: work, workplace

Antonym: peripheral

Part of: phone system, telephone system

Encyclopedia: Central, New Mexico