centralis

cen·tra·lis

(sen-trā'lis), This form of the adjective is used with masculine nouns (canalis centralis, plural canales centrales) and feminine nouns (fovea centralis, plural foveae centrales). With neuter nouns the form centrale is used (os centrale, plural ossa centralis). The final e of centrale is not silent.
Central; in the center.
[L.]
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