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Topic: ROADS

Date: 1600-1700
Language: Latin
Origin: , past participle of intersecare, from secare 'to cut'

intersect

verb
     
in‧ter‧sect
1 [intransitive and transitive]TTR if two lines or roads intersect, they meet or go across each other
2 [transitive usually passive] to divide an area with several lines, roads etc:
The plain is intersected by a network of canals.
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