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Spanish translation of “intersect”

intersect

verb /intəˈsekt/
(formal ) to divide (eg lines or roads) by cutting or crossing
intersecar(se), cruzarse
The line AB intersects the line CD at X Where do the two roads intersect?
intersection /-ʃən/ noun a place where lines, roads etc intersect
cruce
The crash occurred at the intersection (between the two roads).
the act of intersecting
intersección
the intersection of theory and practice.
(Definition of intersect from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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