Noun(1) a horizontal beam that extends across something(2) a horizontal crosspiece across a window or separating a door from a window over it(3) taking a zigzag path on skis(4) travel across
Verb(1) travel across or pass over(2) to cover or extend over an area or time period(3) deny formally (an allegation of fact by the opposing party
(1) It was a traverse through a world of humility, patience and submission - a long and tedious journey to be undertaken with faith, conviction and cheerfulness.(2) It is possible to traverse the entire range by walking the two-thousand-mile Appalachian Trail.(3) I fought open hatch the whole way and ordered Red 1 to do the same, as we were very vulnerable from the flanks as we approached the market and could not traverse our turrets well there.(4) There is so much on the market today - decorative traverse rods, pole sets, metal or wood rods.(5) This spot, perhaps more than any other, has witnessed the traverse of the world's great armies on campaigns of conquest to and from South and Central Asia.(6) There are several ways to obtain the starting data, and surveyors should make an effort to use the best data available to begin a traverse .(7) These were of brick, built on the surface but surrounded with a traverse and topped with a six foot thick shingle filled concrete sandwich roof.(8) The way back follows a less popular route, via a rocky cleft above the lower lake, which begins with a traverse on which, I must confess, I tried to avoid looking down.(9) This is best learned on an overhanging traverse , or at least, that's how I learned it.(10) The turret machine gun can also be operated from under armor by being mounted on a circular revolving ring for automatic traverse .(11) a narrow traverse made lethal by snow and ice(12) The 14 mm gun has a full 360Ôö¼Ôûæ traverse with an elevation of 60Ôö¼Ôûæ for improved effectiveness in air defence.(13) During this climb, the traverse of the turret knocked Treacy off.(14) This ship is full of officers and men who are quite likely to be utterly ignorant of what was going on round the next traverse in the trench which they had occupied.(15) The close proximity of light poles, vending stands and buildings severely limited our ability to traverse the turret.(16) During his days at Camp Hale, Winter participated in the legendary ski traverse made by 33 soldiers from Hale to Aspen, in 1944.