› geometry the space measured in degrees between two lines or surfaces from the point where they meet: The angles of a square are 90 degrees.angle of depression › The angle of depression is the angle formed when viewing something from below the horizontal.angle of elevation › The angle of elevation is the angle formed when viewing something from above the horizontal.

in Korean | 각도, 관점… |

in Arabic | زاوِية, زاوِية (للتعبير عن وجهة النظر)… |

in French | angle, point de vue, coin… |

in Turkish | açı, düşünce/bakış tarzı, biçimi… |

in Italian | angolo, punto di vista… |

in Chinese (Traditional) | 空間, 角, 角度… |

in Russian | угол, точка зрения, угол зрения… |

in Polish | kąt, narożnik, punkt widzenia… |

in Spanish | ángulo, punto de vista, criterio… |

in Portuguese | ângulo, ponto de vista… |

in German | der Winkel, der Blickwinkel, die Ecke… |

in Catalan | angle, perspectiva… |

in Japanese | 角度, 視点, 見方… |

in Chinese (Simplified) | 空间, 角, 角度… |

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