Perpendicular to the plane of the horizon; upright; plumb; as, a vertical line.
A vertical line, plane, or circle.
Something that is upright like a vertical line.
(1) an imaginary line perpendicular (at an angle of 90°) to the plane of the horizon. (2) Said of a borehole which is straight. Not deviated.
Vertical ground plane antenna.
Up-and-down; in the up-and-down direction (opposite of horizontal).
Perpendicular to horizontal; up and down as opposed to left and right.
The vertical top portion of a wall in a halfpipe which allows the snowboarder to fly straight up into the air and not' out of the pipe or into the pipe.
A full length matchcover with its message or design laid out so that you have to hold the matchcover vertically in order to read it. (See Horizontal, Full Length).
Straight or upright fence.
apparent direction of gravity at the point of observation (normal to the plane of a free level surface.)
refers to the things that are straight up and down or perpendicular to the surface of the Earth. Suns rays that are vertical come from straight overhead.
something that is straight up and down, to ninety degrees of horizontal Back to YoYo
(L. verticalis: vertical) adj. Positioned lengthwise, in the same direction as the axis; leaves positioned with the blade perpendicular, so that neither surface is obviously the upper or lower.
something that is oriented vertically
a vertical structural member as a post or stake; "the ball sailed between the uprights"
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"
a perfect DX antenna in this case
perpendicular (at a right angle) to the horizontal.
up and down; perpendicular to the horizontal.
(Vert): The top part of a halfpipe wall that allows the snowboarder to fly straight up in the air.
Vertical, the opposite of horizontal, refers to the lay of a plane relative to another plane. Stand a pencil, on its eraser, on the kitchen table. The pencil lays vertical.
up and down, top to bottom.
A line from top to bottom or bottom to top. upright.
Being in the Present Moment, or What Is; cuts off horizontal involvement; only the working mind is functioning; see horizontal. What Is, working mind
perpendicular, or at a right angle, to the plane of the horizon; upright; straight up and down
In anatomy, upright. As opposed to horizontal. See the entire definition of Vertical
at right angles to the horizontal; includes altitude and depth.
Being or situated at right angles to the horizon; upright.
Positioned in an up-down orientation; perpendicular to the horizon.
(vert): The vertical portion of a wall in halfpipe.
The top portion of the wall in a halfpipe that allows the snowboard to fly straight up in the air.
Upright, plumb, perpendicular to the horizon. Also an upright member in a truss.
At right angles to the horizon or to a base of support. Upright.
The vertical sections of the wall of a halfpipe.
Ninety degrees from the horizon.
Vertical describes a direction that is straight up and down. It is perpendicular to the horizon.