Meaning of VERTICAL in English

VERTICAL

adjective Etymology: Middle French or Late Latin; Middle French, from Late Latin ~is, from Latin vertic-, vertex Date: 1559 1. situated at the highest point ; directly overhead or in the zenith, taken with the camera pointing straight down or nearly so, 2. perpendicular to the plane of the horizon or to a primary axis ; upright , b. located at right angles to the plane of a supporting surface, lying in the direction of an axis ; lengthwise , 3. relating to, involving, or integrating economic activity from basic production to point of sale , of, relating to, or comprising persons of different status , ~ noun ~ity noun ~ly adverb ~ness noun Synonyms: see: ~

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