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chine the intersection of the side and bottom of a boat or other vessel. [1/4 definitions]
cloverleaf a set of interchange roads, patterned like a four-leaf clover, at the intersection of two highways that are on different levels. [1/2 definitions]
conic section in geometry, a curve, such as an ellipse, hyperbola, or parabola, created by the intersection of a plane and a right circular cone.
conjuncture an intersection or joining. [1/2 definitions]
convergent tending to move toward a common point or intersection.
corner the intersection of two paths, roads, or streets. [1/10 definitions]
ellipse a closed geometric plane curve formed by the intersection of a plane at an oblique angle to the axis and opposite sides of a right circular cone; an oval conic section. [1/2 definitions]
groin in architecture, the curved edge or edges formed at the intersection of two vaults. [1/4 definitions]
parabola a plane curve such as that formed by the intersection of a right circular cone and a plane that is parallel to a straight line up the side of the cone, such curve resembling the path of an object that is thrown forward in the air and falls to earth.
radius vector a straight line that joins the origin of a vector, at the intersection of two coordinates, to a given point on the same plane. [1/2 definitions]
red light a red-colored electric light at an intersection indicating that traffic is to stop; stoplight. [1/2 definitions]
right ascension the angular distance of the arc of one of the hour circles of a celestial body, measured eastward along the equator from the vernal equinox to the intersection of the hour circle, and expressed in degrees or hours; the celestial equivalent of longitude.
roundabout (chiefly British) a circular road junction, in which traffic moves in one direction only, that is situated at a busy intersection to facilitate traffic flow; traffic circle. [1/2 definitions]
stop street a street having one or more intersections at which vehicles must come to a complete stop before continuing through the intersection.
t something shaped like a T, such as a three-way road intersection, or the baron a ski lift. [1/3 definitions]
traffic circle a circular roadway or street, in which traffic moves in one direction only, that is situated at a busy intersection to facilitate traffic flow.
vertex the point of intersection of the two sides of an angle, or of three or more sides of a geometric solid. [1/2 definitions]
y something shaped like a Y, such as a road intersection. [1/4 definitions]