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angle

  
[1]  
      n  
1    the space between two straight lines that diverge from a common point or between two planes that extend from a common line  
2    the shape formed by two such lines or planes  
3    the extent to which one such line or plane diverges from another, measured in degrees or radians  
4    an angular projection or recess; corner  
5    standpoint; point of view  
look at the question from another angle, the angle of a newspaper article     
6    Informal   a selfish or devious motive or purpose  
7       See       angle iron  
      vb  
8    to move in or bend into angles or an angle  
9    tr   to produce (an article, statement, etc.) with a particular point of view  
10    tr   to present, direct, or place at an angle  
11    intr   to turn or bend in a different direction  
the path angled sharply to the left     
     (C14: from French, from Old Latin angulus corner)  
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angle   [2]  
      vb   intr  
1    to fish with a hook and line  
2    often foll by: for   to attempt to get  
he angled for a compliment     
      n  
3    Obsolete   any piece of fishing tackle, esp. a hook  
     (Old English angul fish-hook; related to Old High German ango, Latin uncus, Greek onkos)  

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Angle  
      n   a member of a West Germanic people from N Germany who invaded and settled large parts of E and N England in the 5th and 6th centuries a.d  
     (from Latin Anglus, from Germanic (compare English), an inhabitant of Angul, a district in Schleswig (now Angeln), a name identical with Old English angul hook, angle2, referring to its shape)  


angle   [1]  
      n  
1    the space between two straight lines that diverge from a common point or between two planes that extend from a common line  
2    the shape formed by two such lines or planes  
3    the extent to which one such line or plane diverges from another, measured in degrees or radians  
4    an angular projection or recess; corner  
5    standpoint; point of view  
look at the question from another angle, the angle of a newspaper article     
6    Informal   a selfish or devious motive or purpose  
7       See       angle iron  
      vb  
8    to move in or bend into angles or an angle  
9    tr   to produce (an article, statement, etc.) with a particular point of view  
10    tr   to present, direct, or place at an angle  
11    intr   to turn or bend in a different direction  
the path angled sharply to the left     
     (C14: from French, from Old Latin angulus corner)  
angle   [2]  
      vb   intr  
1    to fish with a hook and line  
2    often foll by: for   to attempt to get  
he angled for a compliment     
      n  
3    Obsolete   any piece of fishing tackle, esp. a hook  
     (Old English angul fish-hook; related to Old High German ango, Latin uncus, Greek onkos)  
angle bracket  
      n   either of a pair of brackets having the shapes <lab> and <rab>  
angle iron  
      n  
1      (Also called)    angle, angle bar   an iron or a steel structural bar that has an L-shaped cross section  
2    any piece of iron or steel forming an angle, esp. a right angle  
angle of advance  
      n     (Engineering)  
1    the angle in excess of 90° that a steam-engine valve gear is in advance of the crank  
2    the angle between the point of ignition and bottom dead-centre in a spark-ignition engine  
angle of attack  
      n   the acute angle between the chord line of an aerofoil and the undisturbed relative airflow,   (Also called)    angle of incidence  
angle of bank  
      n   the angle between the lateral axis of an aircraft in flight and the horizontal  
angle of deviation  
      n   the angle between the direction of the refracted ray and the direction of the incident ray when a ray of light passes from one medium to another  
angle of dip  
      n      the full name for       dip       27  
angle of friction  
      n     (Physics)   the angle of a plane to the horizontal when a body placed on the plane will just start to slide. The tangent of the angle of friction is the coefficient of friction  
angle of incidence  
      n  
1    the angle that a line or beam of radiation makes with a line perpendicular to the surface at the point of incidence  
2       another name for       angle of attack  
3      (Also called)    rigging angle of incidence   the angle between the chord line of an aircraft wing or tailplane and the aircraft's longitudinal axis  
angle of reflection  
      n   the angle that a beam of reflected radiation makes with the normal to a surface at the point of reflection  
angle of refraction  
      n   the angle that a refracted beam of radiation makes with the normal to the surface between two media at the point of refraction  
angle of repose  
      n   the maximum angle to the horizontal at which rocks, soil, etc., will remain without sliding  
angle plate  
      n   a steel structural plate, esp. one in the shape of a right-angled triangle, used to connect structural members and stiffen frameworks  
central angle  
      n   an angle whose vertex is at the centre of a circle  
complementary angle  
      n   either of two angles whose sum is 90°  
   Compare       supplementary angle  
critical angle  
      n  
1    the smallest possible angle of incidence for which light rays are totally reflected at an interface between substances of different refractive index  
2       another name for       stalling angle  
exterior angle  
      n  
1    an angle of a polygon contained between one side extended and the adjacent side  
2    any of the four angles made by a transversal that are outside the region between the two intersected lines  
facial angle  
      n   the angle formed between a line from the base of the nose to the opening of the ear and a line from the base of the nose to the most prominent part of the forehead: often used in comparative anthropology  
hour angle  
      n   the angular distance along the celestial equator from the meridian of the observer to the hour circle of a particular celestial body  
interior angle  
      n  
1    an angle of a polygon contained between two adjacent sides  
2    any of the four angles made by a transversal that lie inside the region between the two intersected lines  
oblique angle  
      n   an angle that is not a right angle or any multiple of a right angle  
pitch-cone angle  
      n   (in a bevel gear) the apex angle of the truncated cone (pitch cone) which forms the reference surface on which the teeth of a bevel gear are cut  
plane angle  
      n   an angle between two intersecting lines  
polyhedral angle  
      n   a geometric configuration formed by the intersection of three or more planes, such as the faces of a polyhedron, that have a common vertex  
   See also       solid angle  
re-entering angle  
      n   an interior angle of a polygon that is greater than 180°,   (Also called)    re-entrant angle  
right angle  
      n  
1    the angle between two radii of a circle that cut off on the circumference an arc equal in length to one quarter of the circumference; an angle of 90° or <Gpi>/2 radians  
2    at right angles   perpendicular or perpendicularly  
   Related adj       orthogonal  
  right-angled      adj  
round angle  
      n      another name for       perigon  
solid angle  
      n   a geometric surface consisting of lines originating from a common point (the vertex) and passing through a closed curve or polygon: measured in steradians  
spherical angle  
      n   an angle formed at the intersection of two great circles of a sphere  
stalling angle  
      n   the angle between the chord line of an aerofoil and the undisturbed relative airflow at which stalling occurs,   (Also called)    stall angle, critical angle  
straight angle  
      n   an angle of 180°  
supplementary angle  
      n   either of two angles whose sum is 180°  
   Compare       complementary angle  
visual angle  
      n   the angle subtended by an object at the lens of the eye  
wide-angle lens  
      n   a lens system on a camera that can cover an angle of view of 60° or more and therefore has a fairly small focal length  
   See also       fisheye lens  

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angle iron  
      n  
1      (Also called)    angle, angle bar          an iron or a steel structural bar that has an L-shaped cross section  
2    any piece of iron or steel forming an angle, esp. a right angle  


angle   [1]  
      n  
1    the space between two straight lines that diverge from a common point or between two planes that extend from a common line  
2    the shape formed by two such lines or planes  
3    the extent to which one such line or plane diverges from another, measured in degrees or radians  
4    an angular projection or recess; corner  
5    standpoint; point of view  
look at the question from another angle, the angle of a newspaper article     
6    Informal   a selfish or devious motive or purpose  
7       See       angle iron  
      vb  
8    to move in or bend into angles or an angle  
9    tr   to produce (an article, statement, etc.) with a particular point of view  
10    tr   to present, direct, or place at an angle  
11    intr   to turn or bend in a different direction  
the path angled sharply to the left     
     (C14: from French, from Old Latin angulus corner)  
angle   [2]  
      vb   intr  
1    to fish with a hook and line  
2    often foll by: for   to attempt to get  
he angled for a compliment     
      n  
3    Obsolete   any piece of fishing tackle, esp. a hook  
     (Old English angul fish-hook; related to Old High German ango, Latin uncus, Greek onkos)  
Angle  
      n   a member of a West Germanic people from N Germany who invaded and settled large parts of E and N England in the 5th and 6th centuries a.d  
     (from Latin Anglus, from Germanic (compare English), an inhabitant of Angul, a district in Schleswig (now Angeln), a name identical with Old English angul hook, angle2, referring to its shape)  
angle bracket  
      n   either of a pair of brackets having the shapes <lab> and <rab>  
angle of advance  
      n     (Engineering)  
1    the angle in excess of 90° that a steam-engine valve gear is in advance of the crank         
2    the angle between the point of ignition and bottom dead-centre in a spark-ignition engine  
angle of attack  
      n   the acute angle between the chord line of an aerofoil and the undisturbed relative airflow,   (Also called)    angle of incidence         
angle of bank  
      n   the angle between the lateral axis of an aircraft in flight and the horizontal  
angle of deviation  
      n   the angle between the direction of the refracted ray and the direction of the incident ray when a ray of light passes from one medium to another  
angle of dip  
      n      the full name for       dip       27  
angle of friction  
      n     (Physics)   the angle of a plane to the horizontal when a body placed on the plane will just start to slide. The tangent of the angle of friction is the coefficient of friction  
angle of incidence  
      n  
1    the angle that a line or beam of radiation makes with a line perpendicular to the surface at the point of incidence  
2       another name for       angle of attack  
3      (Also called)    rigging angle of incidence   the angle between the chord line of an aircraft wing or tailplane and the aircraft's longitudinal axis  
angle of reflection  
      n   the angle that a beam of reflected radiation makes with the normal to a surface at the point of reflection  
angle of refraction  
      n   the angle that a refracted beam of radiation makes with the normal to the surface between two media at the point of refraction  
angle of repose  
      n   the maximum angle to the horizontal at which rocks, soil, etc., will remain without sliding  
angle plate  
      n   a steel structural plate, esp. one in the shape of a right-angled triangle, used to connect structural members and stiffen frameworks  
central angle  
      n   an angle whose vertex is at the centre of a circle  
complementary angle  
      n   either of two angles whose sum is 90°  
   Compare       supplementary angle  
critical angle  
      n  
1    the smallest possible angle of incidence for which light rays are totally reflected at an interface between substances of different refractive index  
2       another name for       stalling angle  
exterior angle  
      n  
1    an angle of a polygon contained between one side extended and the adjacent side  
2    any of the four angles made by a transversal that are outside the region between the two intersected lines  
facial angle  
      n   the angle formed between a line from the base of the nose to the opening of the ear and a line from the base of the nose to the most prominent part of the forehead: often used in comparative anthropology  
hour angle  
      n   the angular distance along the celestial equator from the meridian of the observer to the hour circle of a particular celestial body  
interior angle  
      n  
1    an angle of a polygon contained between two adjacent sides  
2    any of the four angles made by a transversal that lie inside the region between the two intersected lines  
oblique angle  
      n   an angle that is not a right angle or any multiple of a right angle  
pitch-cone angle  
      n   (in a bevel gear) the apex angle of the truncated cone (pitch cone) which forms the reference surface on which the teeth of a bevel gear are cut  
plane angle  
      n   an angle between two intersecting lines  
polyhedral angle  
      n   a geometric configuration formed by the intersection of three or more planes, such as the faces of a polyhedron, that have a common vertex  
   See also       solid angle  
re-entering angle  
      n   an interior angle of a polygon that is greater than 180°,   (Also called)    re-entrant angle         
right angle  
      n  
1    the angle between two radii of a circle that cut off on the circumference an arc equal in length to one quarter of the circumference; an angle of 90° or <Gpi>/2 radians  
2    at right angles   perpendicular or perpendicularly  
   Related adj       orthogonal  
  right-angled      adj  
round angle  
      n      another name for       perigon  
solid angle  
      n   a geometric surface consisting of lines originating from a common point (the vertex) and passing through a closed curve or polygon: measured in steradians  
spherical angle  
      n   an angle formed at the intersection of two great circles of a sphere  
stalling angle  
      n   the angle between the chord line of an aerofoil and the undisturbed relative airflow at which stalling occurs,   (Also called)    stall angle, critical angle         
straight angle  
      n   an angle of 180°  
supplementary angle  
      n   either of two angles whose sum is 180°  
   Compare       complementary angle  
visual angle  
      n   the angle subtended by an object at the lens of the eye  
wide-angle lens  
      n   a lens system on a camera that can cover an angle of view of 60° or more and therefore has a fairly small focal length  
   See also       fisheye lens  

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angle

  

      n  
1    bend, corner, crook, crotch, cusp, edge, elbow, intersection, knee, nook, point  
2    approach, aspect, outlook, perspective, point of view, position, side, slant, standpoint, viewpoint  
      vb  
3    cast, fish  


angle for     
aim for, be after     (informal)   cast about or around for, contrive, fish for, hunt, invite, look for, scheme, seek, set one's sights on, solicit, try for  

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