## Hypotenize

To take a shortcut by traversing a path consisting of the longest leg of a right triangle. Apparent meaning: to take a shortcut, i.e. to traverse a 'hypotenuse' of two paths at right angles. More…

## hypotenize

(new derivation) To take the shortest path possible by walking in a direct line to your end point, only said if you change your path to be unconventional, so a straight paved path is not More…

## hypotenuse

(hypotenuse; hypotenusing) When walking, to cut a corner and walk at an angle off the intended path. Instead of waling along two paths that form a right angle, walk along the line that forms More…

## Hypotenuse

To move in the direction of the shortest distance to the destination. =Why don't we just hypotenuse across the parking lot? Etymology : From Late Latin hypotenusa, from Greek More…

## Hypotenuse (2)

(Conversion) walk diagonally across grass instead of on perpendicular sidewalks Etymology : from mathematical term hypotenuse meaning the shortest distance between perpendicular lines, More…

## Hypotenuse1

To cut across the corner area between two perpendicularly touching lines, usually in the instance of walking or other means of transportation, such that the actor’s trajectory is likened to More…

## hypotenusing

(from hypotenuse (n) to hypotenuse (v); to cut across to shorten your path) To take a shortcut in one's path in order to shorten the length of the distance one must walk, usually by a More…

## hypotenusize

To walk in a straight line to a target instead of following a path which contains turns In particular, if a sidewalk makes a 90 degree turn, then walking along it corresponds to walking More…