\sˈa͡ɪn], \sˈaɪn], \s_ˈaɪ_n]\
Definitions of SINE
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n. [Latin] A right line drawn perpendicular from, One extremity of an arc to the diameter drawn through the other extremityâ€”thus d, c, being the arc, &c, the diameter, and a, d, the radius, a. b, is the sine of the arc d, c, and of the angled, a, c,â€” versed fine, that part of the diameter intercepted between the sine and the extremity of the arcâ€”thus b. c, is the versed sine of the arc d, c, and of the angled, a, c.