Intersection has various meanings in different contexts:
*In mathematics and geometry
**Intersection (set theory), the set of elements common to some collection of sets.
**Line-line intersection
**Line-plane intersection
**Line–sphere intersection
**Intersection of a polyhedron with a line
**Line segment intersection
**Intersection theory
*Intersection (road), a place where two roads meet (line-line intersection)
*Intersection (aviation), a virtual navigational fix

Intersection may also refer to:
*"Intersection" (film), a 1994 remake of the French film "Les Choses de la vie".
*an element in the Reality TV series The Amazing Race. It requires two teams to join together and complete tasks as a newly conjoined team until further notice.
*"Intersections (1985-2005)", a 2006 box set released by Bruce Hornsby.
*"Intersection (convention)", the 53rd World Science Fiction Convention, held in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1995

Intersect redirects here. It may refer to:
*an intelligence database that is the central plot device in the TV series "Chuck".

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  • intersection — [ ɛ̃tɛrsɛksjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1640; « interruption » 1390; lat. intersectio, de secare « couper » 1 ♦ Rencontre, lieu de rencontre de deux lignes, de deux surfaces ou de deux volumes qui se coupent. Point d intersection. Intersection de deux plans.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • intersection — UK US /ˌɪntəˈsekʃən/ noun [C or U] ► the point where two things come together and have an effect on each other: intersection of sth and sth »The book looks at the intersection of religious belief and business …   Financial and business terms

  • intersection — (n.) act or fact of crossing, 1550s, from M.Fr. intersection (14c.) and directly from L. intersectionem (nom. intersectio) a cutting asunder, intersection, noun of action from pp. stem of intersecare intersect, cut asunder, from inter between… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Intersection — In ter*sec tion, n. [L. intersectio: cf. F. intersection.] [1913 Webster] 1. The act, state, or place of intersecting. [1913 Webster] 2. (Geom.) The point or line in which one line or surface cuts another. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • intersection — I noun bivium, concourse, conjunction, connection, crossing, crossing point, crosspoint, crossroad, crosswalk, cruciation, decussatio, decussation, interconnection, intercrossing, joining place, joint, junction, juncture, meeting place, meeting… …   Law dictionary

  • Intersection — Título Entre dos mujeres Ficha técnica Dirección Mark Rydell Guion Marshall Brickman Música …   Wikipedia Español

  • Intersection — (v. lat.), Durchschnitt …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • intersection — [n] crossroads circle, cloverleaf, crossing, crosswalk, crossway, interchange, junction, stop; concept 501 …   New thesaurus

  • intersection — ► NOUN 1) a point or line common to lines or surfaces that intersect. 2) a point at which two roads intersect. DERIVATIVES intersectional adjective …   English terms dictionary

  • intersection — [in′tər sek΄shən, in΄tər sek′shən] n. [L intersectio] 1. the act of intersecting 2. a place of intersecting; specif., a) the point or line where two lines or surfaces meet or cross b) the place where two or more roads meet or, esp., cross 3. Math …   English World dictionary

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