Synonym: carrefour, cartesian product, convergence, crossing, crossroad, crossway, intersection point, overlap, point of intersection, product. Similar words: intersect, interjection, interaction, intersperse, persecution, section, vivisection, sectionalism. Meaning: [‚ɪntə(r)'sekʃn] n. 1. a point where lines intersect 2. a junction where one street or road crosses another 3. a point or set of points common to two or more geometric configurations 4. the set of elements common to two or more sets 5. a representation of common ground between theories or phenomena 6. the act of intersecting (as joining by causing your path to intersect your target's path).

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1, Bridges are used to avoid the

*intersection*of a railway and a highway.2, Take a left turn at the

*intersection*.3, The policeman regulated traffic at the

*intersection*.4, The car stopped at a street

*intersection*.5, The traffic banked up at the

*intersection*.6, The cars slowed down as they approached the

*intersection*.7, Take a right turn at the

*intersection*.8, The

*intersection*of the lines on the graph marks the point where we start to make a profit.9, Turn right at the next

*intersection*.10, The

*intersection*between these two divisions yields six regime types; all of which appear in Figure 1.1.11, Turn left at the

*intersection*.12, A police car sped through the

*intersection*, lights flashing.13, At each

*intersection*, Converse had cringed in anticipation of the bullet, the blade, the hatchet.14, The cab paused at an

*intersection*to give right of way to a car chase.15, The

*intersection*is one of the busiest in the city.16, At the next

*intersection*he drew in against the left-hand wall,(http://sentencedict.com/intersection.html) peering around the corner into the corridor to his left.17, City College lives at the

*intersection*of these two principles.18, Graphically, the

*intersection*of the supply curve and the demand curve for the product will indicate the equilibrium point.19, Each

*intersection*of wires becomes a pixel, or dot on the screen.20, Patrol cars cruised the

*intersection*looking for a naked lady, but never stopped at the gas station.21, Thousands of automobiles pass through this

*intersection*every morning, heading north, south, east and west.22, They start rocking the cars stopped at the

*intersection*, jumping on fenders and pounding on hoods.23, Their car was blindsided by a bus at the

*intersection*.24, So we come to a crossroads of sorts, an

*intersection*of rice sticks.25, The X-shaped crosswalk painted in the middle of the central

*intersection*is the city's heart.26, At least the moonlight was beginning to filter down, and showed him an

*intersection*almost at once.27, Up ahead, a thoroughfare Traffic was going across the

*intersection*at a good clip in both directions.28, A contribution by a function to one of the key activities is indicated by a symbol at the

*intersection*.29, Washington police said he was traveling at an estimated 80 miles per hour as he entered the congested

*intersection*.30, Both remained important, creating the worst conditions at their

*intersection*, in the conurbations of the North.More similar words: intersect, interjection, interaction, intersperse, persecution, section, vivisection, sectionalism, introspection, intervention, interruption, international, interrogation, interpellation, nonintervention, interpretation, interventionism, internalization, intercourse, interstate, interject, interpersonal, interactive, sexual intercourse, election, course of action, selection, infection, objection, injection.