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Main Entry: 1an·gle
Etymology: Middle English angle "corner," from early French angle (same meaning), from Latin angulus "angle" 1: a sharp projecting corner 2: the figure formed by two lines extending from the same point 3: a measure of the amount that one line of an angle would have to be turned to be in exactly the same place as the other line <a 90-degree angle> 4: POINT OF VIEW, ASPECT <consider a problem from a new angle> 5: an often improper way of getting an advantage <a cheater looking for an angle> 6: a sharply curving course or direction <the road went off at an angle> - an·gled /-gld/ adjective