Mathematics Joining two nonadjacent vertices of a polygon.
Mathematics Joining two vertices of a polyhedron perhaps not in identical face.
Having a slanted or oblique course.
Having oblique lines or markings.
Relating to or becoming the front left and back right foot or the front side right and back left foot of a quadruped.
Joining two nonadjacent vertices (of a polygon or polyhedron).
Having a slanted or oblique course, outlines or markings.
Pertaining to the leading left and right back right (or even the front side right and straight back left) feet of a quadruped.
Joining two maybe not adjacent perspectives of a quadrilateral or multilateral figure; working across from place to part; crossing at an angle with one of several edges.
having an oblique or slanted way
connecting two nonadjacent corners of an airplane figure or any two sides of a great that aren't in the same face
Mathematics Joining two nonadjacent vertices of a polygon.
Mathematics Joining two vertices of a polyhedron maybe not in the same face.
Having a slanted or oblique course.
Having oblique lines or markings.
associated with or being leading left and right back correct foot and/or front side right and right back left legs of a quadruped.
Joining two nonadjacent vertices (of a polygon or polyhedron).
Having a slanted or oblique course, outlines or markings.
Pertaining to the leading left and right back correct (or perhaps the front right and back left) legs of a quadruped.
Joining two not adjacent sides of a quadrilateral or multilateral figure; working across from part to corner; crossing at an angle with one of the edges.
having an oblique or slanted direction
connecting two nonadjacent sides of a plane figure or any two corners of an excellent that aren't in identical face
One thing, including a row, course, or component, which arranged obliquely.
A fabric woven with diagonal lines.
A virgule.
one thing arranged diagonally or obliquely
a line or cut across a fabric which is not at right perspectives to a side for the textile
a punctuation level accustomed split relevant components of information
a diagonal range or jet
a line joining non-adjacent vertices of a polygon.
A right range attracted from 1 perspective to a different not adjacent, of a figure of four or even more sides, and dividing it into two parts.
A member, in a framed structure, running obliquely across a panel.
A diagonal fabric; a type of cloth having diagonal stripes, ridges, or welts produced in the weaving.
A straight range drawn in one direction to or through another, perhaps not adjacent, in any plane or solid figure.
Any oblique range.
exclusively
In chess, checkers, etc., a line of squares running diagonally across the board. See chess.
just like diagonal cloth, especially in the usa: a term introduced about 1875.
(math) a collection of entries in a square matrix running diagonally either from the upper remaining to lower correct entry or operating through the upper to lower left entry
an oblique type of squares of the same shade on a checkerboard
a punctuation mark (/) familiar with separate related components of information
(geometry) a straight range connecting any two vertices of a polygon that aren't adjacent
a line or slice across a fabric which is not at correct angles to a side for the material
Mathematics A diagonal line or airplane.
anything, eg a-row, course, or component, this is certainly organized obliquely.
A fabric woven with diagonal outlines.
A virgule.
some thing arranged diagonally or obliquely
a line or slice across a fabric that is not at correct angles to a side of the material
a punctuation mark always separate associated components of information
a diagonal line or plane
a line joining non-adjacent vertices of a polygon.
A right line drawn from a single angle to a different not adjacent, of a figure of four or higher edges, and dividing it into two components.
a part, in a framed framework, working obliquely across a panel.
A diagonal cloth; a type of cloth having diagonal stripes, ridges, or welts made in the weaving.
A straight range attracted from 1 perspective to or through another, maybe not adjacent, in almost any plane or solid figure.
Any oblique range.
particularly
In chess, checkers, etc., a line of squares running diagonally across-the-board. See chess.
identical to diagonal fabric, particularly in america: a term introduced about 1875.
(mathematics) a collection of entries in a square matrix running diagonally either through the top remaining to lessen correct entry or working from top directly to lower remaining entry
an oblique type of squares of the same color on a checkerboard
a punctuation mark (/) familiar with split up associated components of information
(geometry) a straight line linking any two vertices of a polygon that aren't adjacent
a line or cut across a fabric that's not at right perspectives to a side of textile
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