# Intersection

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**intersection**— As applied to a street or highway means the space occupied by two streets at the point where they cross each other. Space common to both streets or highways, formed by continuing the curb lines. Western Union Tel. Co. v. Dickson, 27 Tenn.App. 752 …22

**intersection**— intersectional, adj. /in teuhr sek sheuhn/, n. 1. a place where two or more roads meet, esp. when at least one is a major highway; junction. 2. any place of intersection or the act or fact of intersecting. 3. Math. a. Also called meet, product.… …23

**intersection**— The intersection of two sets, written A n B, is the set of things that are members of both of them. The notion is generalized, so the intersection of a single set A, nA, becomes the set of things that are members of each set belonging to A. x ∈… …24

**intersection**— ● n. f. ►MATH L intersection entre deux ensembles est l ensemble des éléments présents dans les deux ensembles à la fois. Voir différence, union. Intersection des ensembles A et B …25

**intersection**— noun 1) the intersection of two lines Syn: crossing, crisscrossing; meeting 2) the driver stopped at an intersection Syn: junction, interchange, crossroads, corner, cloverleaf …26

**intersection**— sankirta statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. crossing; intersection vok. Durchschneiden, n; Kreuzung, f; Schneiden, n rus. пересечение, n pranc. croisement, m; intersection, f …27

**intersection**— A road junction. See busy intersection controlled intersection …28

**intersection**— noun Date: 1559 1. the act or process of intersecting 2. a place or area where two or more things (as streets) intersect 3. a. the set of elements common to two or more sets; especially the set of points common to two geometric configurations b.… …29

**intersection**— noun Intersection is used after these nouns: ↑road …30

**intersection**— in|ter|sec|tion [ ıntər,sekʃən ] noun count a place where roads, lines, etc. join or cross each other: The school is at the intersection of two main roads …