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angle

noun /ˈӕŋɡl/
(mathematics) the (amount of) space between two straight lines or surfaces that meet
ángulo
an angle of 90.
a point of view
punto de vista, criterio
From his angle, I can understand why he was keen on the idea.
a corner
esquina
the angle of the two walls.
a position from which you look at something
Ángulo
The photograph was taken from a rather unusual angle.
angular /ˈӕŋɡjulə/ adjective having (sharp) angles
anguloso
an angular building.
(of a person) thin and bony
anguloso
She is tall and angular.
angularity /-ˈlӕ-/ noun
angulosidad
the angularity of the sculpture.
(Definition of angle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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