# intersecting

Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
kesişme
kesişen
intersect
kesişmek
intersecting line
kesişen doğru
intersecting lines
(Matematik) kesişen doğrular
kesişen yol
intersecting runways
(Havacılık) kesişen pistler
intersecting. planes
(Matematik) kesişen düzlemler
intersect
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.

intersect
kesmek
intersect
kesiştirmek
intersect
çapraşmak
intersect
bölmek
intersect
birbiri üzerinden geçmek
intersect
(yol/çizgi/vb.) kesişmek
intersect
katetmek
intersect
birbiri üzerinden geçmek kesiş
intersect
{f} katetmek, kesmek, ikiye bölmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Present participle of intersect
crossed or intersected in the form of an X
{s} cutting across, passing over or through, bisecting; coming together at a certain point, converging
intersecting set
group of members that are common to every group (Mathematics)
intersect
to cross; to cut

Parallel lines don't intersect.

intersect
two sets intersect if and only if they have at least one common element
intersect
to cut through or into so as to divide
intersect
The topological integration of two spatial data sets that preserves features that fall within the spatial extent common to both input data sets
intersect
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
intersect
A set operation on rows of data from two SELECT statements Only rows that are in both statements will be retrieved See UNION
intersect
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
intersect
to cross each other; to cut each other
intersect
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
intersect
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
intersect
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
intersect
DIN to pass information among multiple networks at a single node
intersect
{f} cut across, pass over or through, cross, bisect; come together at a certain point, converge
intersect
meet at a point
intersect
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
intersect
An overlay method that preserves only those features that fall within the area extent common to the input and overlay maps
intersect
SQL set operation Select common elements from two different select statements E g: select * from table_A INTERSECT select * from table_B
intersect
To cut into one another; to meet and cross each other; as, the point where two lines intersect
intersect
To cut, or divide an object by crossing it with a line, or plane
intersect
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
intersecting

întırsektîng

## Произношение

/ˌəntərˈsektəɴɢ/ /ˌɪntɜrˈsɛktɪŋ/

## Этимология

[ "in-t&r-'sekt ] (verb.) 1615. Latin intersectus, past participle of intersecare, from inter- + secare to cut; more at SAW.

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