Third-person singular simple present indicative form of transect. (verb)
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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."