Date: | 1300-1400 |

Language: | Old French |

Origin: | Latin angulus |

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an‧gle1 S3 W3 [countable]

1HM the space between two straight lines or surfaces that join each other, measured in degrees ➔ right angle

You didn't measure the angle accurately.

2 a way of considering a problem or situation :

3 a position from which you look at something or photograph it

This drawing of the monastery was done from an unusual angle.

Some of the pictures have strange camera angles.

4## at an angle

leaning to one side and not straight or upright :

The portrait was hanging at an angle.

5 the shape formed when two lines or surfaces join ** angle of**

My head struck the angle of the shelf.

Definition of angle from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English within

the topic MATHS

the topic MATHS

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minute
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