intersect

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} kesişmek
kesiş

Luís Coelho caddesi Augusta caddesi ile kesişir. - Luís Coelho Street intersects Augusta Street.

İki cadde doğru açılarda kesişiyor. - The two streets intersect at right angles.

çapraşmak
kesiştirmek
bölmek
(yol/çizgi/vb.) kesişmek
birbiri üzerinden geçmek
birbiri üzerinden geçmek kesiş
{f} kesmek
{f} katetmek, kesmek, ikiye bölmek
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intersection
kavşak

Bir sonraki kavşakta sağa dön. - Turn right at the next intersection.

Kavşaktaki dur işaretini göremedi ve gelen bir arabaya vurdu. - He failed to see the stop sign at the intersection and hit an oncoming car.

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intersection
(Askeri) ilerden kestirme
intersection
kesme
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(Tıp) interseksiyon
intersection
bileşke
intersection
3 arakesit
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kesişme yeri
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kesit
intersecting
kesişen
intersection
kesişme
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(Askeri) İLERDEN KESTİRME: Bir noktanın yerini bilinen iki veya daha çok noktadan bu noktaya istikamet açısı çizerek tespit usulü. Bu yerlerin kesiştiği nokta, bahis konusu noktayı gösterir
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arakesit
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{i} (Geometri) arakesit
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{i} kesişim
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(jeodezide) önden kestirme
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ara kesit
İngilizce - İngilizce
two sets intersect if and only if they have at least one common element
to cross; to cut

Parallel lines don't intersect.

to cut through or into so as to divide
One of eight relational algebra operators - when an INTERSECT is done on two tables the result table will contain all records that appear in both of the original tables - any record that is in only one of the original tables will not be in the result table
A set operation on rows of data from two SELECT statements Only rows that are in both statements will be retrieved See UNION
to cross each other; to cut each other
If a place, area, or surface is intersected by things such as roads or lines, they cross it. The city is intersected by three main waterways. = cross
If two or more lines or roads intersect, they meet or cross each other. You can also say that one line or road intersects another. The orbit of this comet intersects the orbit of the Earth The circles will intersect in two places
If one thing intersects with another or if two things intersect, the two things have a connection at a particular point. the ways in which historical events intersect with individual lives Their histories intersect. = overlap
The topological integration of two spatial data sets that preserves features that fall within the spatial extent common to both input data sets See also identity and union
{f} cut across, pass over or through, cross, bisect; come together at a certain point, converge
meet at a point
The topological integration of two spatial data sets that preserves features that fall within the area common to both input data sets See also identity and union
SQL set operation Select common elements from two different select statements E g: select * from table_A INTERSECT select * from table_B
To cut into one another; to meet and cross each other; as, the point where two lines intersect
To cut, or divide an object by crossing it with a line, or plane
DIN to pass information among multiple networks at a single node
The topological integration of two spatial data sets that preserves features that fall within the spatial extent common to both input data sets
An overlay method that preserves only those features that fall within the area extent common to the input and overlay maps
To cut into or between; to cut or cross mutually; to divide into parts; as, any two diameters of a circle intersect each other at the center
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The junction of two (or more) paths, streets, highways, or other thoroughfares
intersection
The set containing all the elements that are common to two or more sets
ıntersect
{v} to divide, cut, cross, meet and cross
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past of intersect
intersecting
present participle of intersect
intersecting
{s} cutting across, passing over or through, bisecting; coming together at a certain point, converging
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crossed or intersected in the form of an X
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(n) The Boolean operation in which only the intersecting geometry of two solids remains
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An intersection is a place where roads or other lines meet or cross. at the intersection of two main canals. a busy highway intersection. = junction
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A given distance (or clearance) beyond which the elements generated are positioned This let's you take into account the real width of the geometry when detecting interferences
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a point or set of points common to two or more geometric configurations
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The intersection of two or more sets is the set of elements that all the sets have in common; the elements contained in every one of the sets The intersection of the events A and B is written "A and B" and "AB " C f union See also Venn diagrams
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The space where two lines meet on the board Stones are played on these intersections, including the ones at the edges and corners of the board Intersections are also called points
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The point at which two lines cross each other
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A junction of two or more roads, often regulated by a traffic light
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The point where two graphs (lines) cross We are usually interested in the coordinates of this point because those x and y values are solutions to both equations that belong to each graph (line)
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A place where two streets cross
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a specific feature intersected in a drillhole
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The point or line in which one line or surface cuts another
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The set of points that lie inside both of two given solid objects The intersection of the objects A and B is represented by the function A B Compare complement, union
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the act of intersecting (as joining by causing your path to intersect your target's path)
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(AnotherDictionary As GlabDictionary) Removes any items in this dictionary associated with keys that do not appear in the supplied dictionary Thus, this method performs something analagous to a set intersection operation Unkeyed items are not affected by this operation The values of items in this dictionary do not change; the supplied dictionary is not modified
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In set theory, the intersection of two sets, A and B, is defined to be the set of all elements of A which are also elements of B In an AnaGram syntax file, the intersection of two character sets is represented with the "&" operator The intersection operator has lower precedence than the complement operator, but higher precedence than the union and difference operators The intersection operator is left associative
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the area or set that is common to two or more input areas or sets
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{i} point where two roads cross, junction; crossing, convergence
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A LISP function that takes two sets and returns a set containing only the elements that were in both of the initial sets
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In Boolean algebra, the operation in which concepts are described by stating that they have all the characteristics of the classes involved Intersection is expressed as AND
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A data set consisting of the data that is common to two or more sets of data Typically, an intersection is the set of rows that are common to two or more specified tables
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the intersection of two sets is the set of elements that are common to both Written S T
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When 2 lines cross, they form an intersection
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The intersection of two or more highways or roads where traffic movement is typically controlled by signs or signals
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an operation on sets that yields the set of all elements shared by two or more sets Denoted by the symbol
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- A system of interconnecting roads crossing at the same level with traffic lights, signage or other roadside facilities provided for traffic control
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The junction of two (or more) paths, streets, highways, or other thoroughfares.[W]
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where two shapes or objects are in common -- "If the intersection of two lines is used as the center of a circle " (244)
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a representation of common ground between theories or phenomena; "there was no overlap between their proposals"
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the set of elements common to two or more sets; "the set of red hats is the intersection of the set of hats and the set of red things"
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a junction where one street or road crosses another
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Given collections A and B, the set of elements that is contained in both A and B
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Is the event containing all simple events that are in both event A and event B The concept can be extended to more than two events
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The intersection of two sets A and B is the set of all items that belong to both A and B
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The act, state, or place of intersecting
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The point or set of points common to two geometrical objects (such as the point where two lines meet or the line where two planes intersect)
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a point where lines intersect
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the act of intersecting (as joining by causing your path to intersect your target's path) a junction where one street or road crosses another a point where lines intersect the set of elements common to two or more sets; "the set of red hats is the intersection of the set of hats and the set of red things"
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third-person singular of intersect
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