A road may undergo an intersection.Logical form[⟨det road.n⟩ undergo.v ⟨det intersection.n⟩]Learned from6 361 sentences. An intersection can be busy.Logical form[⟨det intersection.n⟩ busy.a]Learned from2 448 sentences. An intersection can be with a road.Logical form[⟨the intersection.n⟩ with.p ⟨det road.n⟩]Learned from1 337 sentences. An intersection may pertain-to a road.Logical form[⟨det intersection.n⟩ pertain-to.v ⟨det road.n⟩]Learned from921 sentences. A highway may undergo an intersection.Logical form[⟨det highway.n⟩ undergo.v ⟨det intersection.n⟩]Learned from760 sentences. An intersection can be with a us-state.Logical form[⟨a{n} intersection.n⟩ with.p ⟨det us-state.n⟩]Learned from726 sentences. An intersection can be with a road.Logical form[⟨a{n} intersection.n⟩ with.p ⟨det road.n⟩]Learned from700 sentences. Intersections can be busy.Logical form[⟨det (plur intersection.n)⟩ busy.a]Learned from543 sentences. Streets may undergo an intersection.Logical form[(k (plur street.n)) undergo.v ⟨det intersection.n⟩]Learned from484 sentences. Roads may undergo an intersection.Logical form[(k (plur road.n)) undergo.v ⟨det intersection.n⟩]Learned from414 sentences. A us-state may begin at an intersection.Logical form[⟨det us-state.n⟩ begin.v (:p at.p ⟨a{n} intersection.n⟩)]Learned from411 sentences. An intersection can be with persons.Logical form[⟨a{n} intersection.n⟩ with.p ⟨det (plur person.n)⟩]Learned from409 sentences. (Culture jamming) may undergo an intersection.Logical form[(k (nn culture.n jamming.n)) undergo.v ⟨det intersection.n⟩]Learned from349 sentences. Avenues may undergo an intersection.Logical form[(k (plur avenue.n)) undergo.v ⟨det intersection.n⟩]Learned from337 sentences. An intersection may pertain-to a world-city.Logical form[⟨det intersection.n⟩ pertain-to.v ⟨det world-city.n⟩]Learned from328 sentences.