Lying across; being in a direction across something else; as, paths cut with traverse trenches.
Athwart; across; crosswise.
A line lying across a figure or other lines; a transversal.
A line surveyed across a plot of ground.
To pass over and view; to survey carefully.
To plane in a direction across the grain of the wood; as, to traverse a board.
To tread or move crosswise, as a horse that throws his croup to one side and his head to the other.
1) any line surveyed across a parcel, 2) a series of such lines connecting a number of points, often used as a base for triangulation.
A parapet or wall thrown across a covered way, a terreplein, ditch or other location to prevent enfilade or reverse fire along a work.
To go up, down, or across a slope at an angle.
A path going diagonally or horizontally across the hill. Add a variety of tasks while traversing, based on the goal and the level of ability, e.g. balance on one ski, bounce, traverse-sideslip-traverse, draw lines with pole tips, etc.
To ski across the mountain rather than down.
To open and close a curtain across the window. Turbidity: A method for gauging the cleanliness and purity of down. A turbidity factor of 450 is considered hypo-allergenic. Hollander averages between 500 and 550 turbidity.
a horizontal beam that extends across something
a horizontal crosspiece across a window or separating a door from a window over it
A survey connecting points along the survey route.
The act of moving horizontally across an angled face (ie, not gaining or losing altitude), on skis or otherwise. Traversing can be more tedious and difficult than actually climbing a face, and for this reason, climbers may wish to choose their routes so as to avoid long traverses
to draw across - a traverse drapery is one that opens or closes across a window by means of the traverse rod from which it is hung
To cross a slope horizontally going gradually up and across in lieu of the more direct up and over approach.
To ride across of a hill.
To ride perpendicular to the fall line; to ride across the halfpipe.
A maneuver for moving diagonally across the fall line.
Moving sideways across a section of terrain instead of directly up or down.
Moving laterally across terrain instead of ascending or descending.
To move across the rock, left, right or possibly diagonally in either direction, rather than directly upwards.