Axis

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asse di rotazione (it); axe de rotation (fr); Pöörlemistelg (et); Biraketa-ardatz (eu); Omwentelingsas (nl); Rotatschoonsass (nds); ציר סיבוב (he); Rotationsachse (de); eixo de rotação (pt); Boshti (sq); چورليځ (ps); Omwentelingsas (af); оса ротације (sr); axă de rotație (ro); 回転軸 (ja); rotaciakso (eo); axis of rotation (en); rotationsaxel (sv); Oś obrotu (pl); Вісь обертання (uk); Ox (az); ось вращения (ru); Os vrtenja (sl); eje de rotación (es); Aisse de rotacion (oc); pou tāwhirowhiro (mi); محور دوران (فيزياء) (ar); Osa (cs); 自转轴 (zh) three-dimensional object always rotates around an imaginary line called a rotation axis. Purely rotational motion occurs if every particle in the body moves in a circle about a single line. This (straight) line is called the axis of rotation (en); axe de surface (fr); dimensionellt objekct som roterar runt tänkt linje som kallas rotationsaxel (sv) Dreihass (nds); 自転軸 (ja); Drehachse (de); eixo (pt); rotation axis, axis of revolution (en); Errotazio-ardatz (eu); eje de rotacion (es)
axis of rotation 
three-dimensional object always rotates around an imaginary line called a rotation axis. Purely rotational motion occurs if every particle in the body moves in a circle about a single line. This (straight) line is called the axis of rotation
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English: An axis is an imaginary line around which an object spins (an axis of rotation) or is symmetrically arranged (an axis of symmetry).