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quadrangular

Line breaks: quad|ran¦gu¦lar
Pronunciation: /kwɒdˈraŋɡjʊlə
 
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Definition of quadrangular in English:

adjective

1(Of an object or architectural structure) having four sides: a quadrangular sail
More example sentences
  • Instead of the customary quadrangular layout, the 15-mile course would be a seven-sided affair, each side about 2.7 miles long.
  • On the other hand, the weak site has a quadrangular pyramidal structure with three peptide carbonyl groups and two water molecules.
  • The former asylum opened in 1816 is a stately quadrangular building of stone with pillars of the Doric order.
1.1British (Of a sporting contest) involving four teams competing against each other: a boys' quadrangular tournament
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  • He was also chosen to manage an International team that will compete in a quadrangular tournament in Ulster in the summer.
  • They also failed to make the final of a one-day quadrangular tournament.
  • Green Buffaloes judokas amassed 17 points to win the senior quadrangular tournament held in Ndola last weekend after beating five clubs.

Words that rhyme with quadrangular

angular, rectangular, triangular

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