Definition of "transects" [transects]

  • (noun) Plural form of transect.
  • (verb) Third-person singular simple present indicative form of transect.

Use "transects" in a sentence

  • ""It's been four to five weeks of 24-hour days," said Rachel Marshall, 25, a student from Tampa, Fla. master plan includes four "transects," or mini-districts within the nine-block Warehouse District area."
  • "In other words, as long as the intersection M where the arrow Gw–B transects the metacenter plane of the vessel is above G, the ship is stable and will right itself to its original position."
  • "An elongated pool bounds this form and transects the building through the entrance hall, forming a shallow pool in the entrance courtyard."

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