Translation of diagonal in Spanish:

diagonal

diagonal, adj.

Pronunciation /dʌɪˈaɡ(ə)n(ə)l//daɪˈæɡənl/

adjective

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    (line) diagonal
    (path) en diagonal
    • In principle, with perfect agreement between the two sequences, all points will lie on the diagonal line, while large deviations indicate large branch length differences.
    • This is accomplished by avoiding vertical, horizontal or diagonal lines, and checker-board patterns of pixels for which the color level is decremented.
    • One option is to draw a diagonal line between two opposite points to represent movement between here and there.
    • Draw two diagonal lines dividing the square and the rectangle into triangles.
    • The other diagonal lines specify points with this ratio above 10, 100, and 1000.
    • The diagonal passes that are fed in are very difficult to defend against.
    • The thin diagonal line is the 1: 1 relationship.
    • Fibonacci fans are composed of diagonal lines.
    • Double diagonal lines indicate an area not drawn to scale.
    • A diagonal line separated a triangle of white and another of blue that together formed a rectangle.
    • A reflective road sign with diagonal stripes of black and white thrusts itself upward through the picture plane.
    • The column spacing makes for a complex, overlapping matrix when viewed from a diagonal angle.
    • The solid diagonal line represents the situation when the two estimated distributions were identical.
    • One end of the upper stone was fixed to a pivot and both stones were ‘dressed’ with small diagonal grooves which crossed each other at an angle as the upper stone swept across the lower in an arc.
    • Towards the west end is the main staircase, its bottom flight skewed to the angle of the south wing in response to the diagonal thrust of the approach.
    • He imagined how a diagonal line cutting across a square would divide the square into two right triangles.
    • The scabs had faded, so there were only two faint pink diagonal lines.
    • The points 11 to 13, outside the common ancestor 3 of the probes 7 and 9, lie on the diagonal line A.
    • Press your heels down onto the ball, pull your abs inward, and raise your hips and torso off the floor until your ankles, hips and shoulders are in a straight, diagonal line.
    • In the second half Windermere had the advantage of the diagonal crosswind and continued to apply pressure to the Gosforth line without turning it into points.
    • These rays are also useful artistically for breaking up the shapes of the mountains with diagonal lines.
    • At one point the dancer stamped nimbly in a diagonal line across the stage and stopped in the front corner.
    • As for color, choose a gold and black regimental tie with alternating diagonal stripes.
    • Symbols occurring close to the diagonal line represent a perfect match between simulated and measured data.
    • We can see that as we increase resolution, drawing a straight, diagonal line looks better.
    • The design was very nice, with diagonal lines forming a grid, each square filled with a snapshot of the movie in rich, warm tones.
    • The diagonal line connecting these two points must equal 5 feet.
    • Pencil-thin diagonal blues and greens angle across the surface like tracer-bullet tracks streaking across a movie screen.
    • Score the squid by holding the knife at an angle and making diagonal cuts, taking care not to cut right through.
    • The diagonal line indicates d N = d S, meaning neutral selection.
    • In the grid numerous long diagonal white lines can clearly be seen.
    • I bought a black sleeveless Lycra shirt with yellow and white diagonal stripes across the chest.
    • They form a diagonal shape at the bottom of the torso, and can be divided into the front triangle and the back triangle.
    • If scaffolds are not set away, mortar may lodge on diagonal bracing and adhere to wall.
    • The film, with the exception of one shot, is composed of precisely two camera angles: a diagonal shot from the dashboard towards the passenger seat, and another, similar shot towards the driver seat.
    • This study consisted of a grid of 15 squares, each inscribed with one or more horizontal, vertical, and diagonal lines in different orientations.
    • The diagonal line indicates where the data points would be if the measurements obtained with the 2 techniques were identical.
    • The starting positions of the first instance of the repeat on the upper strand and the starting position of the second instance of the repeat on the lower strand are connected by a diagonal line.
    • If each successive 10% of households held 10% of total income, then the curve would be a diagonal line at 45°.

noun

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    diagonal feminine
    a skirt cut on the diagonal una falda cortada al bies / al sesgo
    • Spanning the entire adjacent wall, an ascending diagonal was joined by a rippled line.
    • A wood sculpture from 2002 bunches several small rectangular forms beneath two lengthy diagonals that meet at the top like the tips of fingers joined in prayer.
    • Miller photographs buildings from high angles to get repeating diagonals and pyramidlike forms, then manipulates this imagery so that it draws the eye inward or seems to project from the surface of the picture.
    • Let stand ten minutes, then slice very thin and on the diagonal.
    • Arrange in a circle, in corners or in a diagonal.
    • The paintings are thick with diagonals; light is pure color, color is pure stroke.
    • He shaped for a diagonal into the box, before cutting through a low drive that swerved slightly away from the goalkeeper.
    • Circles, rounded shapes and curves have become prominent in Ross's work, whether in terse, varicolored, concentric bands or in combination with diagonals, pentagons and trapezoids.
    • The quartet begins with the dancers - dressed in everyday clothes, but colorful so as not to be dull under stage lights - standing in a square formation along a slight diagonal.
    • His perspectives, building across the paper horizontally, were slightly tilted and cut by occasional diagonals, almost as if caught by an amateur's camera.
    • There is nothing static in Strand's New York: It is a city built of passing glances, a streetscape of dashing diagonals and unexpected angles.
    • The truncated shapes often incorporate diagonals, and these shapes, in turn, recur in the artist's paintings.
    • The paved walkway I follow runs at a diagonal across the slope toward the beach.
    • They can be disturbing unless supported by verticals or opposing diagonals.
    • Nothing is in a predictable relationship; the beams are not the same sizes, and although they pass through each other in fairly straight diagonals, the effect is entanglement, not movement.
    • These lines also work best when they follow a diagonal, rather than a straight horizontal or vertical.
    • Take cuttings from last seasons growth, cut just below the bud and trim the top on the diagonal.
    • The positioning of the diving board - coming at a diagonal out of the corner - gives perspective as well as cutting across the predominant horizontals.
    • It wasn't the fact that she was unused to the size of the car, or that little Billy was throwing a fit on the back seat that meant she ended up forming a diagonal between the white lines, oh no.
    • Set against the rectangular everyday norm, it is the zigzags and clashing diagonals of the interior that provide the most convincing symbols of conflict, giving real identity to the purpose of the building.