Examples of intersection in a Sentence
The accident occurred at a busy intersection.
two possible points of intersection
the intersection of line A and line B
Recent Examples of intersection from the Web
The Infowars interview was one of several intersections between the DNC case obsessives and right-wing media.
The route segments through Sodo and Rainier Valley cross intersections at the surface.
Photos on social media show several feet of flood waters swallowing up large swaths of the city, including major expressways and intersections.
A photo on Twitter from the area near the Rangers’ hotel showed a good 12 feet — 12 feet — of flood water at one intersection.
The intersection of those two gigs is even more dangerous.
Here, at the intersection of Kansas 7 and Kansas 92, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa converge.
A truck driver distracted by a GPS unit crashed near the intersection of U.S. 278 and Arkansas 24 at Camden early Monday and spilled a truckload of spaghetti sauce.
In addition, intersection murals have been painted in Pacific Beach, and the weekly Fair @ 44 international market has been established on a formerly vacant lot in City Heights on El Cajon Boulevard between Fairmount Avenue and 44th Street.
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First Known Use of intersection
INTERSECTION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of intersection for English Language Learners
: the place or point where two or more things come together; especially : the place where two or more streets meet or cross each other
: the act or process of crossing or intersecting
INTERSECTION Defined for Kids
Definition of intersection for Students
- the intersection of line A and line B
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