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transverse

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtransversetrans‧verse /trænzˈvɜːs $ trænsˈvɜːrs/ adjective [no comparative] 🔊 🔊 CROSSlying or placed across something 🔊 a transverse beam
Examples from the Corpus
transverseThe flexible rod in its back which runs the entire length of its body carries transverse bands of muscles.The trouble was the transverse corridor just outside the room.Noted for his prolific output, the composer significantly extended the repertory for the transverse flute.One of these is the transverse mode structure.There were transverse seats for two in each corner, reducing the seating by four.As a result, it will be suitable for both longitudinal or transverse settings, and can sit low in a chassis.
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