Definitions for "Lateral"
Of or pertaining to the sides; as, the lateral walls of a house; the lateral branches of a tree.
Lying at, or extending toward, the side; away from the mesial plane; external; -- opposed to mesial.
Directed to the side; as, a lateral view of a thing.
(aka: "shank") when the ball is ricocheted off the hosel or neck before it hits the clubface causing an errant trajectory (low and to the right for a right-handed player). Example: After a great drive he lateraled his approach shot into the water
(also "shank") when the ball is contacted by, and ricochets off, the hosel or neck before it hits the clubface causing an errant direction and trajectory (low and to the right for a right-handed player) Note: not usually much fun Example: His hacking style frequently resulted in an ugly lateral/shank.
Type of water hazard, defined by red boundary stakes, that often runs parallel to the line of play on a hole. The penalty for hitting into a lateral hazard is one stroke. The term "lateral" may also describe a "Shank". (See "Shank.")
A short pass to a receiver who is upfield from the passer, i.e. is behind the passer relative to the direction of the passer's goal.
To pass the footbal to a receiver who is behind the passer; to make a lateral pass; as, the ball was lateraled to the fullback, who ran it for a touchdown.
A pass that goes backwards – much like a pass in rugby. A team can throw as many lateral passes as it likes on any play, although NFL clubs rarely lateral the football as the play is deemed to risky and possession too valuable. More often used in desperation circumstances to confuse the defense.
Small irrigation canal.
Piping between the control valve and the sprinkler head.
a pipe line other than the main water pressure line used to move water to the various delivery devices.
Keywords:  sideways, adv, rein, outside, centre
A sideways movement. Also, lateral aids, such as outside rein and outside leg.
Away from the centre of the body
sideways Both vertical and lateral supports were used in the construction of the wall. laterally (adv)
Basal or baso-lateral embryo, discoid or lenticular, usually surrounded by copious endosperm.
Keywords:  branch, sectiopn, whorl, bole, axis
A plumbing branch between a fixture or group of fixtures (taps, water fountains, etc.) and the header.
lateral field, lateral system - A lateral is a branch of the underground piping that extends from the septic tank's outlet. The wastewater continues to decompose and eventually filter into the soil through small holes in the laterals.
A pipe that branches away from the central and primary part of the system.
Away from the mid-line.
An anatomical term for structures furthest from the mid line of the body.
Anatomical direction meaning toward the outside (away from the center).
A service line that transports wastewater from individual buildings to a main sewer line.
a small diameter sewer that connects the building or residence to the mainline
The underground trench and related services (i.e., electric, gas, telephone, sewer and water lines) that will be buried within the trench
Keywords:  adnate, dmos, pnp, petiole, scr
With stipules adnate to petiole and free part of stipules located along the petiole.
a Transistor of any type where Conduction is along the top surface of the Semiconductor. Example are Lateral PNP, Lateral DMOS, Lateral SCR, etc.
The fiber optic Internet connection equivalent of an exit ramp.  The OneCleveland fiber backbone is analogous to the highway, and the connection from the backbone to your establishment (called the lateral) is analogous to the exit ramp.
The direction of movement which is parallel to the frets. (Across the fingerboard.)
Keywords:  footwall, drift, mine, vein, horizontal
A horizontal mine working. A drift in the footwall of a vein is often called a lateral.
Keywords:  manifold, series, supply, return, runs
One run or a series of runs connected at one end to a supply manifold and the other end connected to a return manifold.
Keywords:  shoe, outer, edge, refers
Refers to the outer edge of a shoe.
situated more away from the central line of the body than another body part.
these are the teeth adjacent to the centrals
Surfaces spanning a horizontal distance.
Keywords:  grade, remains, position, title, pay
A position title change where the pay grade remains the same.