
a
punctuation
mark (/)
used
to
separate
related
items
of
information

(
mathematics)
a
set
of
entries
in
a
square
matrix
running
diagonally
either
from
the
upper
left
to
lower
right
entry
or
running
from
the
upper
right
to
lower
left
entry

an
oblique
line
of
squares
of
the
same
color
on
a
checkerboard; "
the
bishop
moves
on
the
diagonals"

(
geometry)
a
straight
line
connecting
any
two
vertices
of
a
polygon
that
are
not
adjacent

A
right
line
drawn
from
one
angle
to
another
not
adjacent,
of
a
figure
of
four
or
more
sides,
and
dividing
it
into
two
parts.

A
member,
in
a
framed
structure,
running
obliquely
across
a
panel.

A
straight
oblique
line
dividing
a
rectangular
figure
into
equal
parts.

A
straight
line
so
drawn.

A
line
so
drawn.

A
straight
line
or
plane
passing
from
one
angle,
as
of
a
square,
to
any
other
angle
not
adjacent.

Right
line
so
drawn.

A
straight
line
drawn
from
one
angle
to
another
opposite
angle,
and
dividing
the
figure
into
two
parts,
as
in
a
square.

Diagonally.

a
line
or
cut
across
a
fabric
that
is
not
at
right
angles
to
a
side
of
the
fabric

Joining
two
not
adjacent
angles
of
a
quadrilateral
or
multilateral
figure;
running
across
from
corner
to
corner;
crossing
at
an
angle
with
one
of
the
sides.

Extending
from
one
angle
to
another.

Through
the
corners,
or
from
angle
to
an
opposite
angle
of
a
four
or
many
sided
figure.

Passing
from
one
angle
to
another
not
adjacent;
oblique.

Extending
from
one
angle
to
an
opposite
of
a
quadrilateral
or
multilateral
figure,
and
dividing
it
into
two.

Drawn
from
one
corner
or
angle
to
another.
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