transversal

adj.
1 transverse, transversal, thwart.
2 cross-sectional.
f.
side road, shortcut.
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transversal
adjetivo
1 transversal, transverse, crosswise
una calle transversal a cross-street
sección transversal cross-section
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1.
ADJ transverse, cross; (=oblicuo) oblique

calle transversal — cross street

otra calle transversal de la calle mayor — another street which crosses the high street

2.
SF

una transversal de la Gran Vía — a street crossing o which cuts across the Gran Vía

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I
adjetivo <eje/línea> transverse

una calle transversal al Paseo de Recoletos — a street which crosses the Paseo de Recoletos

un corte transversal — a cross section

II
femenino
a) (calle)

la calle Colonia y sus transversales — Colonia street and all the streets that cross it o (AmE) and its cross streets

b) (Mat) transversal
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= side-street, crosscutting [cross cutting], transverse, sectional.
Ex. To gain an idea of the fineness of detail necessary to produce the circuit elements on the chip, imagine a map of the British Isles showing sufficient detail to identify even the narrowest side-street in London.
Ex. The plan comprises over twenty projects addressing the partnership's three priority themes -- access, empowerment and governance -- and four crosscutting issues -- youth, the media, gender and local (community-based) knowledge.
Ex. Top and bottom transverse surfaces of discs were polished using a sander.
Ex. The network has 4 centres: coordinating centres; regional centres; sectional centres; pilot centres.
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* corte transversal = cross-section [cross section], sectional cutting.
* transversal a = at an angle across.
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I
adjetivo <eje/línea> transverse

una calle transversal al Paseo de Recoletos — a street which crosses the Paseo de Recoletos

un corte transversal — a cross section

II
femenino
a) (calle)

la calle Colonia y sus transversales — Colonia street and all the streets that cross it o (AmE) and its cross streets

b) (Mat) transversal
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= side-street, crosscutting [cross cutting], transverse, sectional.

Ex: To gain an idea of the fineness of detail necessary to produce the circuit elements on the chip, imagine a map of the British Isles showing sufficient detail to identify even the narrowest side-street in London.

Ex: The plan comprises over twenty projects addressing the partnership's three priority themes -- access, empowerment and governance -- and four crosscutting issues -- youth, the media, gender and local (community-based) knowledge.
Ex: Top and bottom transverse surfaces of discs were polished using a sander.
Ex: The network has 4 centres: coordinating centres; regional centres; sectional centres; pilot centres.
* corte transversal = cross-section [cross section], sectional cutting.
* transversal a = at an angle across.

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transversal1
adjective
‹eje/línea/onda› transverse ‹calle/camino›
una calle transversal al Paseo de Recoletos a street which crosses the Paseo de Recoletos
un corte transversal a cross section
transversal2
feminine
1 (calle) cross street (AmE)
la calle Colonia y sus transversales Colonia street and all the streets that cross it
2 (Mat) transversal
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transversal adjetivo ‹eje/líneatransverse;
una calle transversal al Paseo de Recoletos a street which crosses the Paseo de Recoletos;

un corte transversal a cross section
■ sustantivo femenino (Mat) transversal
transversal adjetivo transverse, cross

'transversal' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
corte
- trasversal
English:
cross
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transversal, trasversal
adj
1. [línea] transverse;
un corte transversal a cross section;
la calle transversal a la Avenida de la Paz the street that crosses the Avenida de la Paz
2. Educ
asignatura o [m5]materia transversal = underlying, value-based educational objective specified in the Spanish school curriculum
nf
1. [calle]
en la transversal a la Avenida de la Paz on the street that crosses the Avenida de la Paz
2. Mat transversal
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transversal
adj transverse, cross atr
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transversal adj
: transverse, cross
corte transversal: cross section

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • Transversāl — Transversāl, im Querschnitt verlaufend …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

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  • Transversal — Transversal, lat. dtsch., schräg, schief; T.e, in der Geometrie eine gerade oder krumme Linie, die ein System anderer Linien durchschneidet …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

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