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intersectionnoun [C]

us   /ˈɪn·tərˌsek·ʃən/
geometry a point or set of points where two lines, planes, etc., cross
algebra An intersection is a group of items that belong to two different sets.
An intersection is a place where streets meet or cross each other: Times Square is one of New York’s busiest intersections.
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intersectionnoun [C or U]

uk   /ˌɪntəˈsekʃən/ us  
the point where two things come together and have an effect on each other: intersection of sth and sth The book looks at the intersection of religious belief and business.
(Definition of intersection from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “intersection”
in Arabic تَقاطُع…
in Korean 교차로…
in Portuguese cruzamento…
in Catalan intersecció, encreuament…
in Japanese 交差点…
in Chinese (Simplified) 线, (两条线的)相交, 交点…
in Turkish kavşak, kesişme noktası…
in Russian перекресток…
in Chinese (Traditional) 線, (兩條線的)相交, 交點…
in Italian incrocio (di strade)…
in Polish skrzyżowanie…
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