vertical

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  • The vertical drop for a men's course is and slightly less for women.
  • The rules state that the body should be vertical, or nearly so, for entry.
  • A higher flight phase results in a higher vertical ground reaction force.
  • These verticals will mark the positions of the steps on each wall, four in number. Cited from The Theory and Practice of Perspective, by George Adolphus Storey
  • The prominent feature is a vertical ring seen from the front.
  • The fourth stage breaks the vertical list of lines and other material into pages.
  • It was the first, and so far only, vertical take-off jet transport ever built.
  • Most companies chose to focus on their core business rather than vertical integration.
  • Time runs along the vertical direction in this picture.
  • Later, when the complete models were built, most of them featured vertical turntables.
  • Bay has helped manage the expansion of non-political content and new verticals for the site.
  • The vertical line continues outside of the circle to create one hair point, with two more added towards the back of her head.
  • Many companies in the 1950s were looking at ways of producing a vertical take off and landing aircraft.
  • Further, no contemporary craft was capable of vertical take-off and such high speeds.
  • They now have an often white, almost vertical south-facing slope.
  • The join was along the vertical centre line.
  • Units of ten are usually a horizontal line through the vertical.
  • Line B C of length c is the vertical right side of the trapezoid.
  • As such, the complete frame is drawn during each vertical refresh period.
  • In technical control facilities, the vertical side may be used to terminate equipment as well as outside lines.
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Synonyms of vertical

Meaning of vertical

  • noun Something that is oriented vertically
  • adjective At right angles to the plane of the horizon or a base line
    a vertical camera angle, the monument consists of two vertical pillars supporting a horizontal slab, measure the perpendicular height
  • adjective Relating to or involving all stages of a business from production to distribution