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  • 1 acute triangle — noun a triangle whose interior angles are all acute • Syn: ↑acute angled triangle • Hypernyms: ↑triangle, ↑trigon, ↑trilateral …

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  • 2 acute triangle — noun A triangle all of the angles of which are acute. Syn: acute angled triangle …

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  • 3 Triangle — This article is about the basic geometric shape. For other uses, see Triangle (disambiguation). Isosceles and Acute Triangle redirect here. For the trapezoid, see Isosceles trapezoid. For The Welcome to Paradox episode, see List of Welcome to… …

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  • 4 acute-angled triangle — noun a triangle whose interior angles are all acute • Syn: ↑acute triangle • Hypernyms: ↑triangle, ↑trigon, ↑trilateral …

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  • 5 Triangle (disambiguation) — A triangle is a geometric shape that has three straight sides. Triangle can also refer to: Mathematics * Spherical triangle * Sierpinski triangle * Pascal s triangle * Triangle wave * Triangle inequality Objects * Triangle (instrument), a musical …

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  • 6 acute — adjective (acuter; acutest) Etymology: Middle English, from Latin acutus, past participle of acuere to sharpen, from acus needle; akin to Latin acer sharp more at edge Date: 14th century 1. a. (1) characterized by sh …

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  • 7 triangle —   Huinakolu.     Right angle triangle, huinakolu kūpono.     Obtuse triangle, huinakolu peleleu.     Irregular triangle, huinakolu ao ao like ole.     Isosceles triangle, huinakolu elua ao ao like.     Acute triangle, huinakolu oi.    … …

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  • 8 acute-angled triangle — noun An acute triangle …

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  • 9 Triangle — Tri an gle, n. [L. triangulum, fr. triangulus triangular; tri (see {Tri }) + angulus angle: cf. F. triangle. See {Angle} a corner.] 1. (Geom.) A figure bounded by three lines, and containing three angles. [1913 Webster] Note: A triangle is either …

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  • 10 Triangle spider — Triangle Tri an gle, n. [L. triangulum, fr. triangulus triangular; tri (see {Tri }) + angulus angle: cf. F. triangle. See {Angle} a corner.] 1. (Geom.) A figure bounded by three lines, and containing three angles. [1913 Webster] Note: A triangle… …

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  • 11 Acute-angled — A*cute an gled ( [a^][ng] g ld), a. Having acute angles; as, an acute angled triangle, a triangle with every one of its angles less than a right angle. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 12 acute — acutely, adv. acuteness, n. /euh kyooht /, adj. 1. sharp or severe in effect; intense: acute sorrow; an acute pain. 2. extremely great or serious; crucial; critical: an acute shortage of oil. 3. (of disease) brief and severe (opposed to chronic) …

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  • 13 triangle — n. 1) to draw, make a triangle 2) an acute; congruent; equilateral; isosceles; obtuse; right (AE), right angled (BE); scalene triangle 3) (fig.) the eternal triangle; a love triangle * * * [ traɪæŋg(ə)l] a love triangle congruent equilateral… …

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  • 14 acute — a•cute [[t]əˈkyut[/t]] adj. 1) sharp or severe in effect; intense: acute pain[/ex] 2) extremely great or serious: an acute shortage of oil[/ex] 3) (of disease) brief and severe (disting. from chronic). 4) penetrating in intellect, insight, or… …

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  • 15 Triangle and Robert — Infobox Webcomic| title = Triangle and Robert caption = author = Patrick Shaughnessy url = http://home.comcast.net/ pshaughn/tandr.html status = Completed began = August 1999 ended = September 2007 genre = ratings = Triangle and Robert is a… …

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  • 16 triangle — Synonyms and related words: Platonic body, T square, acute angled triangle, adulterous affair, adultery, affair, amour, battery, bell, bells, bones, branks, castanets, celesta, chime, chimes, church bell, clapper, clappers, clover, cowbell, crank …

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  • 17 triangle — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French, from Latin triangulum, from neuter of triangulus triangular, from tri + angulus angle Date: 14th century 1. a polygon having three sides compare spherical triangle 2. a. a percussion instrument… …

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  • 18 acute-angled — adjective Of a triangle, having three acute angles. Syn: acute Ant: obtuse, obtuse angled …

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  • 19 triangle — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. trigon, delta, pyramid, triquetra; gore, gusset; triad, trio, threesome; the eternal triangle. See angularity, numeration. II (Roget s IV) n. Kinds of triangles include: equilateral, isosceles, right… …

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  • 20 Altitude (triangle) — Orthocenter and Orthocentre redirect here. For the orthocentric system, see Orthocentric system. Three altitudes intersecting at the orthocenter In geometry, an altitude of a triangle is a straight line through a vertex and perpendicular to (i.e …

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