[ UK /tɹa‍ɪˈænɡjʊlɐ/ ]
[ US /tɹaɪˈæŋɡjəɫɝ/ ]
  1. having three angles; forming or shaped like a triangle
    a triangular figure
    a triangular pyrimid has a triangle for a base
  2. having three sides
    a trilateral figure
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How To Use triangular In A Sentence

  • He has a triangular version of Rupert's stylised muzzle with the same pricked ears and bright black-button eyes.
  • During Vajpayee's visit, China raised the prospect of a triangular relationship between Russia, China and India.
  • They change the angle of attack from acute within the central delta, to near neutral over the outer triangular sail panel.
  • The adult ovary may present marked deviations from its typical form, sometimes being unusually long, spheroidal, flattened, triangular, crescentric, or otherwise irregular.
  • Features of ear The great majority of the people have triangular lobes but lacks Darwinian point.
  • The glass pavilion, designed by Dirk van Pastel, is in the western corner of a triangular site, surrounded by the woods and fields of Burgundy.
  • One of the girls had been to New York before, and fairly expertly navigated us to a tiny gay piano bar set in a tiny triangular building created by the intersection of grid lines and old Indian trails.
  • Between the two crura of the fornix is a white, triangular lamina, known as the fornical commissure.
  • Now they find themselves thrust yet again into an intense triangular relationship: Jimmy the avenger, Sean the truth-seeker and Dave the unfortunate.
  • And that was for a measure – changing the tax treatment of so-called triangular mergers – affecting a relatively small number of transactions. Investing in Japan
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