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rectangular in Shapes, patterns topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrectangularrec‧tan‧gu‧lar /rekˈtæŋɡjələ $ -ər/ ●○○ adjective  CFhaving the shape of a rectangle
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rectangularNarrow shoulders, indeed the shoulder blades were pronounced and his chest was rectangular.Silver-plated photograph frames; oval; rectangular.They felt this would impart a pleasing curvature to an otherwise rectangular building.The temple is easily identifiable by its long, rectangular Central Court, in this case oriented north-north-east to south-south-west.Two paths crossed the rectangular field, forming a neat St Andrew's Cross of down-trodden grass.The restaurant seats 24, with three expansive rectangular marble tables each seating eight people.Along the left side of the car was a rectangular piece of gray tarp.On each landing, a small rectangular settling tank was provided as a sediment trap.