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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from French horizontal

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horizontal (comparative more horizontal, superlative most horizontal)

  1. Perpendicular to the vertical; parallel to the plane of the horizon; level, flat.
  2. (marketing) Relating to horizontal markets.
  3. (archaic) Pertaining to the horizon.
    • 1667: As when the Sun new ris'n / Looks through the Horizontal misty Air — John Milton, Paradise Lost, Book 1, ll. 594-5
  4. (wine tasting) Involving wines of the same vintages but from different wineries.

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horizontal (plural horizontals)

  1. A horizontal component of a structure.
  2. (geology) horizon
  3. A Tasmanian shrub or small tree whose main trunk tends to lean over and grow horizontally, Anodopetalum biglandulosum.

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horizontal (epicene, plural horizontales)

  1. horizontal

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FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

Derived from Latin horizōn (horizon) + -ālis (suffix forming adjectives from nouns).

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horizontal (feminine singular horizontale, masculine plural horizontaux, feminine plural horizontales)

  1. horizontal

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GalicianEdit

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horizontal m, f (plural horizontais)

  1. horizontal

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GermanEdit

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horizontal (not comparable)

  1. horizontal

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AdjectiveEdit

horizontal m, f (plural horizontais, not comparable)

  1. horizontal

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AdjectiveEdit

horizontal (plural horizontales)

  1. horizontal

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