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Carrefour vs. Intersection

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Carrefournoun

a junction where one street or road crosses another

Intersectionnoun

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

Carrefour

Carrefour (French pronunciation: [kaʁfuʁ] (listen)) is a French multinational retail corporation headquartered in Massy, France. The eighth-largest retailer in the world by revenue, it operates a chain of hypermarkets, groceries stores and convenience stores, which as of January 2021, comprises its 12,225 stores in over 30 countries.

Intersectionnoun

Any overlap, confluence, or crossover.

Intersectionnoun

(geometry) The point or set of points common to two geometrical objects (such as the point where two lines meet or the line where two planes intersect).

Intersectionnoun

(set theory) The set containing all the elements that are common to two or more sets.

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Intersectionnoun

(sports) The element where two or more straight lines of synchronized skaters pass through each other.[http://www.isu.org/vsite/vcontent/content/transnews/0,10869,4844-128590-19728-18885-295370-3787-4771-layout160-129898-news-item,00.html]

Intersectionnoun

(category theory) The pullback of a corner of monics.

Intersectionnoun

The act, state, or place of intersecting.

Intersectionnoun

The point or line in which one line or surface cuts another.

Intersectionnoun

a point where lines intersect

Intersectionnoun

a junction where one street or road crosses another

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Intersectionnoun

a point or set of points common to two or more geometric configurations

Intersectionnoun

the set of elements common to two or more sets;

‘the set of red hats is the intersection of the set of hats and the set of red things’;

Intersectionnoun

a representation of common ground between theories or phenomena;

‘there was no overlap between their proposals’;

Intersectionnoun

the act of intersecting (as joining by causing your path to intersect your target's path)

Intersection

In mathematics, the intersection of two or more objects is another, usually object. Intuitively, the intersection of objects is that which belongs to all of them.

‘smaller’;

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