What is the difference between Junction and juncture?
Junction vs. juncture. A junction is (1) a place where two things join or meet, or (2) the act of joining or meeting. Juncture has traditionally borne these senses as well, but in modern usage it more often refers to a point in time, especially one made critical by a confluence of circumstances.
What does junc mean?
-junc-. -junc-, root. -junc- comes from Latin, where it has the meaning "join; connect.'' This meaning is found in such words as: adjoin, adjunct, conjunction, disjointed, injunction, join(t), rejoin, rejoinder, subjunctive. '-junc-' also found in these entries:
What does level junction mean?
What does level-junction mean? (rail transport) An at-grade junction between two crossing railroad tracks. (noun)
What is a legal junction?
Law Junction is a model of the a real location on the West Coast Main Line between Carstairs and Motherwell where freight trains for Mossend yard and local passenger trains via Wishaw diverge from the main line. The layout includes the freight terminal next to the junction and is set in the approximate period 2003-2006.