vertical

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vertical (plural verticals)

  1. A vertex or zenith.
  2. A vertical geometrical figure; a perpendicular.
  3. An individual slat in a set of vertical blinds.
  4. A vertical component of a structure.
  5. (marketing) A vertical market.
    We offer specialised accounting software targeting various verticals.

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vertical (comparative more vertical, superlative most vertical)

  1. Along the direction of a plumbline or along a straight line that includes the center of the Earth.
  2. In a two dimensional Cartesian co-ordinate system, describing the axis oriented normal (perpendicular, at right angles) to the horizontal axis.
  3. (marketing) Of or pertaining to vertical markets.

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Asturian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin verticalis.

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vertical (epicene, plural verticales)

  1. vertical

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Catalan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin verticalis.

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vertical m, f (masculine and feminine plural verticals)

  1. vertical

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French[edit]

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From Latin verticalis.

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vertical m (feminine verticale, masculine plural verticaux, feminine plural verticales)

  1. vertical

Galician[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin verticalis.

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vertical m, f (plural verticais)

  1. vertical

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vertical m (plural verticai, feminine verticala, feminine plural verticales)

  1. vertical

Portuguese[edit]

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From Latin verticalis.

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vertical m, f (plural verticais; uncomparable)

  1. vertical

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Spanish[edit]

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From Latin verticalis.

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vertical m, f (plural verticales)

  1. vertical

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