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tri·sect

 (trī′sĕkt′, trī-sĕkt′)
tr.v. tri·sect·ed, tri·sect·ing, tri·sects
To divide into three equal parts.

tri′sec′tion (trī′sĕk′shən, trī-sĕk′-) n.
tri′sec′tor (trī′sĕk′tər, trī-sĕk′-) n.

trisect

(traɪˈsɛkt)
vb
(tr) to divide into three parts, esp three equal parts
[C17: tri- + -sect from Latin secāre to cut]
trisection n
triˈsector n

tri•sect

(traɪˈsɛkt, ˈtraɪ sɛkt)

v.t.
to divide into three parts, esp. into three equal parts.
[1685–95; tri- + -sect < Latin sectus, past participle of secāre to cut, sever]
tri•sec′tion, n.
tri•sec′tor, n.

trisect


Past participle: trisected
Gerund: trisecting

Imperative
trisect
trisect
Present
I trisect
you trisect
he/she/it trisects
we trisect
you trisect
they trisect
Preterite
I trisected
you trisected
he/she/it trisected
we trisected
you trisected
they trisected
Present Continuous
I am trisecting
you are trisecting
he/she/it is trisecting
we are trisecting
you are trisecting
they are trisecting
Present Perfect
I have trisected
you have trisected
he/she/it has trisected
we have trisected
you have trisected
they have trisected
Past Continuous
I was trisecting
you were trisecting
he/she/it was trisecting
we were trisecting
you were trisecting
they were trisecting
Past Perfect
I had trisected
you had trisected
he/she/it had trisected
we had trisected
you had trisected
they had trisected
Future
I will trisect
you will trisect
he/she/it will trisect
we will trisect
you will trisect
they will trisect
Future Perfect
I will have trisected
you will have trisected
he/she/it will have trisected
we will have trisected
you will have trisected
they will have trisected
Future Continuous
I will be trisecting
you will be trisecting
he/she/it will be trisecting
we will be trisecting
you will be trisecting
they will be trisecting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been trisecting
you have been trisecting
he/she/it has been trisecting
we have been trisecting
you have been trisecting
they have been trisecting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been trisecting
you will have been trisecting
he/she/it will have been trisecting
we will have been trisecting
you will have been trisecting
they will have been trisecting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been trisecting
you had been trisecting
he/she/it had been trisecting
we had been trisecting
you had been trisecting
they had been trisecting
Conditional
I would trisect
you would trisect
he/she/it would trisect
we would trisect
you would trisect
they would trisect
Past Conditional
I would have trisected
you would have trisected
he/she/it would have trisected
we would have trisected
you would have trisected
they would have trisected
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.trisect - cut in threetrisect - cut in three; "trisect a line"  
cut - separate with or as if with an instrument; "Cut the rope"
Translations

trisect

[traɪˈsekt] VTtrisecar

trisect

vtin drei Teile teilen, dreiteilen; anglein drei gleiche Teile teilen
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