What is another word for transversal?

108 synonyms found


[ tɹansvˈɜːsə͡l], [ tɹansvˈɜːsə‍l], [ t_ɹ_a_n_s_v_ˈɜː_s_əl]

The word transversal means something cutting across or intersecting at a right angle. There are several synonyms for this unique word, and each of them can be used in different contexts. Some of the most commonly used synonyms include perpendicular, oblique, tangent, and traverse. These words can be used to describe a variety of different things, including geometric shapes, mathematical concepts, and physical structures such as bridges or tunnels. In general, synonyms provide us with a broader vocabulary to choose from when expressing ourselves and help us avoid repeating the same words over and over again.

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What are the hypernyms for Transversal?

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What are the opposite words for transversal?

Transversal refers to a line that crosses over or intersects a set of parallel lines. The antonyms for the word transversal would be anything that does not involve crossing or intersecting. Such opposites could be parallel, perpendicular, tangential, divergent, or curvilinear. Parallel lines are those that are equidistant from each other and do not intersect at any point. Perpendicular lines are those that intersect at a right angle. Tangential lines touch the circumference of a circle at a single point. Divergent lines move away from each other, and curvilinear lines are those that follow a curved or arched path. These antonyms provide different ways of approaching geometric problems and understanding the concepts.

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Usage examples for Transversal

Then, by a delicate care, which made her smile herself, so much did it betray instinctive and childish order at such a solemn moment, she put her hat, her umbrella and her gloves on one of the transversal boards of the boat.
"Cosmopolis, Complete"
Paul Bourget Last Updated: March 3, 2009
Her principal garment was a shawl of what was called "rabbit's-hair cashmere," the two ends of which were knotted behind, above her bustle-for we must needs employ a fashionable word to express the effect produced by the transversal pressure of the basket upon her petticoats, which projected below it, in shape like a cabbage.
"The Lesser Bourgeoisie"
Honore de Balzac
These five species evidently have a close affinity with each other-all of them being more or less marked with the peculiar transversal bands or "stripes," which are the well-known characteristics of the zebra.
"Popular Adventure Tales"
Mayne Reid

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