Definition of diametric in English:

diametric

adjective

  • See diametrical

    • ‘He is conscious that at the moment the British press have warmed to him, intrigued by the diametric polarities between his personality and Trevor's.’
    • ‘And of course, in this sense, the Socrates story is the diametric opposite of the Croesus story.’
    • ‘Alex is almost the diametric opposite of Kylie.’
    • ‘They actually contrast, in fact they are diametric opposites.’
    • ‘Clearly, there is a diametric difference of opinion as to whether the handling of the BTC sale conformed to the law, with the Government and the would-be buyers insisting that it did, and their detractors insisting that it did not.’

Pronunciation

diametric

/ˌdʌɪəˈmɛtrɪk/