intersect intersect  /ˌɪn tər ˈsɛkt/

Definition(s):

  • (v) meet at a point

Derived Word(s)

Usage(s):

  1. But there is one place where their two worlds intersect: Hotel de Pilawoos.
  2. It's as though you figured out your way around a city like Boston, for example, without realizing that some of your routes intersect.
  3. The stabilization wedge may prove to be a useful way of thinking about other vectors where science and policy intersect.

News

  1. Keselowski to be honored by Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame

    Brad Keselowski’s heritage and racing ability intersect this week.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Oakland Press

  2. UPDATE: Endeavour Silver Down 2% Despite Intersecting Gold at San Sebastian

    Endeavour Silver Corp. (EDR.TO) announced that exploration drilling on the San Sebastian property in Jalisco State, Mexico continues to intersect high grade silver-gold mineralization over thick
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Nasdaq

  3. Endeavour Silver Drill Program Continues to Intersect High Grade Silver-Gold Mineralization on the San Sebastian ...

    Endeavour Silver Corp. TSX: EDR,) announces that exploration drilling on the San Sebastian property in Jalisco State, Mexico continues to intersect high grade silver-gold mineralization over thick intervals ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Marketwired via Yahoo! Finance

Quotes

  1. "I really don't know how our paths will intersect in the future," Sandra said of Jesse. "The father I have known Jesse to be...... is one that I hope Louis can experience one day, no matter how Jesse and I go on with our lives."
    on Apr 28, 2010 By: Sandra Bullock Source: Actress Archives

  2. "We've been through this before with people trying to intersect and divide a football team," Romo said. "This team is too strong from the core. I know the media is going to make certain things appear what they may not actually have been or...
    on Nov 5, 2009 By: Tony Romo Source: ESPN

  3. The two, Lopez-Alegria said, "don't really intersect very well."
    on May 17, 2007 By: Michael Lopez-Alegria Source: Forbes

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