Traverse in a sentence as a noun

That's because the very first time, you actually traverse the list.

Bits are used to decide how to traverse the token tree, weighted by frequency.

It takes longer and longer for the students to reach the surface of the sphere, as there is more and more volume to traverse.

Some, hopefully, constructive criticism:The rain drops are too spherical as they traverse the screen.

All traversed shady objects will stay in the new generation and also be added to the shady-set.

Here is one amazin micromouse that can traverse a maze and remember the solution very, very quickly.

Would that have been a long enough time scale for an intelligent species to emerge, civilize, and develop a way to traverse the 500 light years between us and them?

Traverse in a sentence as a verb

If you look at the code vs Sinatra every time you want to figure out which route to edit, you have to traverse the tree as opposed to just scanning for the route you want.

It was decided that "time" would be treated as a valuable player resource: for that reason, raw materials were spread all over the galaxy map, which takes hours to traverse.

For instance Redis implements all the sorted sets operations using doubly-linked skiplists, so once you identify a node you can traverse other nodes in both directions.

The friction plus surface tension of a water on glass pulls the tail out significantly farther then represented and also varies on whether the drop is following a path that's already been traversed and therefore has less friction.

This could potentially increase the number of mine-related injuries because far more people will attempt to live in or traverse known minefields which they wrongly believe to have been cleared yet which still contain roughly half of the original mines.

Then, it's very simple to create an iterator that can traverse every entity in existence: Call find-first-set to find allocated entities, call their update function, then clear the associated bit in the inverted binary set.

Traverse definitions


a horizontal beam that extends across something

See also: trave crossbeam crosspiece


a horizontal crosspiece across a window or separating a door from a window over it

See also: transom


taking a zigzag path on skis

See also: traversal


travel across

See also: traversal


travel across or pass over; "The caravan covered almost 100 miles each day"

See also: track cover cross


to cover or extend over an area or time period; "Rivers traverse the valley floor", "The parking lot spans 3 acres"; "The novel spans three centuries"

See also: cross span sweep


deny formally (an allegation of fact by the opposing party) in a legal suit

See also: deny