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angled

Syllabification: an·gled
Pronunciation: /ˈaNGɡəld
 
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Definition of angled in English:

adjective

1Placed or inclined at an angle to something else: he sent an angled shot into the net a sharply angled flight of stairs
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  • The Connemara ponies settled in and seemed surefooted in sharp, jumbled rocks, deep mud and steep angled inclines and declines.
  • Moments later he was narrowly wide with his angled shot from close range before Sean Daly made it 0-8 to 0-4 for Lismore.
  • Just seconds into the second half, Emmet Doherty fisted on a delivery from outfield into the path of Jacko Kiely and his brilliantly taken angled shot billowed the net.
2 [in combination] (Of an object or shape) having an angle or angles of a specified type or number: a right-angled bend an obtuse-angled triangle
2.1(Of information) presented so as to reflect a particular view or to have a particular focus.

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