- (of a leaf) having the blade in a perpendicular plane, so that neither of the surfaces can be called upper or lower.
- being in the same direction as the axis; lengthwise.
Origin of vertical
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Google has taken a super-aggregator and partnership approach to many growing verticals.
The team also works in different verticals based on specific goals and KPIs to craft solutions and then use automation to implement it on a wider scale than with manual management of the campaign.Q&A: How marketers can keep pace in the DSP features race|Nexstar|November 12, 2020|Digiday
Andrea Hippeau, principal at Lerer Hippeau, is one investor who said she’s more interested in investing in vertical marketplaces, “and less so the Amazon for all different DTC brands.”Vertical marketplaces are the next hot investment area as DTC brands look for more places to sell online|Anna Hensel|November 6, 2020|Digiday
A brief hands-on video and some of Samsung's shots show that the back surface is flat, so the vertical ribbing that appears in pictures is just a design that lives under the top glass surface.Samsung built a bigger, $3,000 version of the Galaxy Fold 2 for China|Ron Amadeo|November 5, 2020|Ars Technica
Online commerce represents Facebook’s largest advertising vertical.
For unto them the Sun is vertical twice a year, making two distinct Summers in the different points of verticality.The Works of Sir Thomas Browne (Volume 2 of 3)|Thomas Browne
The swing back preserves the verticality of architectural subjects.How to Observe in Archaeology|Various
Thus when his legs pointed skyward, he was able to preserve his balance and maintain a wabbling verticality.The Boy Patrol on Guard|Edward S. Ellis
The relatively greater wear at this point destroys the verticality of the face, converting it into a steep slope.
When the steep slope of the rapids approaches verticality, the rapids become a fall (profile a c).