intersecting

Intersection vs Intersecting - What's the difference?

intersection | intersecting |


As a noun intersection

is the junction of two (or more) paths, streets, highways, or other thoroughfares.

As a verb intersecting is

.

Intersecting vs Intersectin - What's the difference?

intersecting | intersectin |


As a verb intersecting

is .

As a noun intersectin is

(protein) an adaptor protein involved in clathrin-mediated endocytosis.

Interserting vs Intersecting - What's the difference?

interserting | intersecting |


As verbs the difference between interserting and intersecting

is that interserting is while intersecting is .

Intersecting vs Interjecting - What's the difference?

intersecting | interjecting |


As verbs the difference between intersecting and interjecting

is that intersecting is while interjecting is .

Intersectins vs Intersecting - What's the difference?

intersectins | intersecting |


As a noun intersectins

is .

As a verb intersecting is

.

Intersecting vs Triclinic - What's the difference?

intersecting | triclinic |


As a verb intersecting

is .

As an adjective triclinic is

(crystallography) having three unequal axes all intersecting at oblique angles.

Intersecting vs Planar - What's the difference?

intersecting | planar |


As a verb intersecting

is .

As a adjective planar is

of or pertaining to a plane.

Intersecting vs Toroid - What's the difference?

intersecting | toroid |


As a verb intersecting

is (intersect).

As a noun toroid is

(mathematics) a surface generated by a closed curve (especially a circle) rotating about, but not intersecting or containing, an axis in its own plane.

What is the difference between intersecting and cross?

intersecting | cross |


As verbs the difference between intersecting and cross

is that intersecting is (intersect) while cross is to mark with an x.

As a noun cross is

a geometrical figure consisting of two straight lines or bars intersecting each other such that at least one of them is bisected by the other.

As a adjective cross is

transverse; lying across the main direction.

As a preposition cross is

(archaic) across.