Parallel to the horizon; on a level; as, a horizontalline or surface.
Measured or contained in a plane of the horizon; as, horizontal distance.
Parallel to the horizon, flat and level.
(H) - location of the hands measured as the horizontal distance from the midpoint between the ankles.
The opposite of vertical. A vertical line goes up and down, a horizontal line goes across.
A type of full length matchcovers in which the matchcover is held sideways in order to view the design or read the advertisement or message. (See Vertical, Full Length).
Astrological house system based on division of the horizon from the east point by vertical circles.
Multi-industry. Some marketplaces and ASPs operate in only one industry segment (vertically), while others serve companies across numerous industries (horizontally).
horizontal asymptote | horizontal line test
A line with zero slope.
The line that is like the horizon we see when the sun is rising in the morning or going down at night. We are measuring the horizontal line of our eggs when we measure around its middle.
Something that is lying flat, like the horizon.
something that is oriented horizontally
resolution In video, one of the more common specifications listed by manufacturers. It is the ability of a component (television, VCR, disc player) to resolve detail sideways across a television screen. Many NTSC television monitors have horizontal-resolution capabilities well beyond any source material they might have to reproduce, making the one-upmanship battle of resolution specifications more of an advertiser's tool than something significant. This measurement can be calculated either from a component's video frequency response or by means of a resolution chart on a monitor.