|Origin:||angle for From angle 'fishhook' (11-19 centuries), from Old English angel|
to move or place something so that it is not straight or upright:
a mirror angled to reflect light from a window
Philip angled his chair towards the door.
to present information from a particular point of view or for a specific group of people:
The book is angled towards a business audience.
angle for somethingphrasal verb
She was obviously angling for an invitation.
I didn't want him to think I was just angling for sympathy.