# User:Dfeuer/Intersection of Complete Meet Subsemilattices

## Theorem

Let $(S, \preceq)$ be an ordered set.

Let $C_i$ be a complete meet subsemilattice (or a meet-complete subsemilattice?) of $S$.

Then $C = \displaystyle \bigcap_{i \in I} C_i$ is a complete meet subsemilattice.

## Proof

Let $D \subseteq C$.

By Intersection is Largest Subset, $D \subseteq C_i$ for each $i \in I$.

Thus $D$ has an infimum in $S$ and $\inf D \in C_i$ for each $i \in I$.

By the definition of intersection, $\inf D \in C$.

$\blacksquare$