intersect[ in-ter-sekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF intersect
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERSECT
How they must intersect, cross and intermingle each other's orbits!
These orbits have one feature in common: they all intersect the track of the earth.
Three lines are made to intersect this middle line, as shown in the detail.
They intersect at E, which point represents the "equilibrium of the controls."
A Tangent is a line which touches a curve, but does not intersect it.
We were crossing the cemetery now by one of the intricate paths which intersect it.
But the courses of the two fleets did not intersect at right angles.
The axes will not be parallel, nor will they intersect each other.
The valleys that now intersect the table-land have been carved out of it.
The streets are numerous, and intersect each other, for the most part, at right angles.