A place where things intersect, particularly a place where several roads cross.
math The point or locus of things where one line, surface, or solid crosses another.
Mathematics A set which contains elements provided by several given sets.
The junction of two (or even more) paths, roads, highways, or any other thoroughfares.
the purpose or pair of points common to two geometrical objects (including the point in which two lines satisfy or perhaps the line where two planes intersect).
The ready containing all the elements which are common to a couple of units.
The work, condition, or place of intersecting.
The point or line where one-line or area cuts another.
The work of intersecting; a cutting or dividing, or cutting around: since, the intersection of a map by outlines of latitude and longitude.
a location of crossing; particularly, a spot common to two lines or a line and a surface, or a line typical to two surfaces: as, a house at intersection of two roads; the intersection of two geometrical lines or numbers.
In logic, the relation of two classes every one of which partly excludes and partly includes the other.
a place in which outlines intersect
a junction in which one street or roadway crosses another
a representation of common surface between theories or phenomena
the act of intersecting (as joining by causing your path to intersect your target's road)
a point or group of things common to several geometric configurations