Definition of rotatory in English:


Pronunciation /ˈrəʊtət(ə)ri/ /rəʊˈteɪt(ə)ri/


See rotate

  • ‘They will perform duties from the second stage as field umpires on a rotatory basis.’
  • ‘If a patient has ocular rotatory problems, such as a strabismus, but leaves the midline and attempts to look both right and left, he/she should be considered to have a normal response.’
  • ‘Almost 50 years ago, the author noted that the rotatory dispersion of unfolded polypeptide chains depends on the concentration of denaturants.’
  • ‘Their ability to generate an upward rotatory moment is compromised by relatively short moment arms.’
  • ‘Four of our patients complained of rotatory vertigo induced by loud sounds.’



/ˈrəʊtət(ə)ri/ /rəʊˈteɪt(ə)ri/