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The corner, or angle, of a figure.
A parallelogram having four equal sides and four right angles.
An area of four sides, generally with houses on each side; sometimes, a solid block of houses; also, an open place or area for public use, as at the meeting or intersection of two or more streets.
An instrument having at least one right angle and two or more straight edges, used to lay out or test square work. It is of several forms, as the T square, the carpenter's square, the try-square., etc.
Fig.: The relation of harmony, or exact agreement; equality; level.
Having four equal sides and four right angles; as, a square figure.
Forming a right angle; as, a square corner.
Rendering equal justice; exact; fair; honest; as, square dealing.
At right angles with the mast or the keel, and parallel to the horizon; -- said of the yards of a square-rigged vessel when they are so braced.
To form with four equal sides and four right angles.
To form with right angles and straight lines, or flat surfaces; as, to square masons' work.
To place at right angles with the keel; as, to square the yards.
parallelogram with four congruent sides and four right angles ( cf Rectangle Discussion).
To rotate the blade of an oar so it is at a right angle to the surface of the water.
a three sided figure
The flower bud of a cotton plant with a central corolla containing the pollen anthers and sepals and surrounded by three (or sometimes four) bracts (squares are often the preferred site of insect damage; e.g., plants bugs, boll weevils, bollworms).
A plane figure with 4 equal sides and 4 right angles.
A parallelogram with four congruent sides and four right angles.
noun - Two-dimensional hypercube; its vertices are (+/-1, +/-1). It is a polygon formed from four equal line segments that are perpendicular to each other at their vertices. It is the planespace analog to the cube in realmspace and the tesseract in tetraspace.
The square waveform has got it's name from the fact that it is similar to an square. It has two levels, they are equally long in time and they are alternated with very quick jumps (very steep slopes).
That which is both equilateral and right-angled.
When the body is aligned perpendicular to the target.
A quadrilateral with four equal sides and four 90 degree angles.
A term used by the roof industry to indicate an amount of roof area equal to 100 square feet.
A quadrilateral with four right angles and four congruent sides.
a rectangle with all four sides equal
(square). Immediate subdivision unit of an area, regardless of its size and shape. Although squares can vary considerably in size, they are usually five or six meters on a side. Squares are designated by Arabic numbers; thus Square 1, Square 2, and the like.
a parallelogram with four congruent sides and a right angle
(geometry) a plane rectangle with four equal sides and four right angles; a four-sided regular polygon; "you can compute the area of a square if you know the length of its sides"
the product of two equal terms; "nine is the second power of three"; "gravity is inversely proportional to the square of the distance"
a hand tool consisting of two straight arms at right angles; used to construct or test right angles; "the carpenter who built this room must have lost his square"
turn the oar, while rowing
a closed shape with four equal sides at right angles" or "An adult male human is called a man
a combination of four lines all of which are either perpendicular or parallel to one another
a figure of four equal sides and equal angles
a four-sided, closed plane figure having sides all the same length and having neighboring sides orthogonal to one another
a four-sided figure having all its sides equal
a four-sided geometric shape with each side equal in length to one another and parallel to their opposite sides
a four-sided polygon with all equal sides
a group of four curves, not a surface
a kind of rectangle
a more specific type of Rectangle (an instance of Rectangle with equal sized height and width) but it still has a height and width as well as area (also computed in the same way as a Rectangle's by multiplying one side by the other side)
an area bound by a closed line of four edges and four angles, all equal, etc
an equal four-sided polygon
an equilateral rectangle
a parallelogram, as well as both a rectangle and a rhombus
a polygon while a circle is not
a quadrilateral figure that has all sides equal, opposite sides parallel and adjacent sides perpendicular to each other
a rectangle in which all four sides are of equal length
a rectangle or a triangle has three sides
a rectangle that has all sides of equal lengths
a rectangle that has a right angle on all of its sides
a rectangle that has four equal sides
a rectangle that is a little shorter on one side
a rectangle using all the SAME edge-lengths
a rectangle whose four sides are equal
a rectangle whose sides are all equal
a rectangle with one pair of adjacent sides equal, in norm
a regular polygon where the sides and all angles are equal
a rhombusas well as a rectangle
a rhombus with interior angles of a quarter revolution
a rhombus with one right angle
a shape that has four equal sides
a special kind of rhombus which has a right angle
a special rectangle, and you can find its area using the rectangle formula
a special rectangle in which all four sides are equal
a special type of rectangle
a special type of rhombus
a subclass of Rectangle Defined in test
a subclass of Rectangle Rectangle A basic rectangle class, inherits from Shape
a symmetrical figure
a two-dimensional object made up of one-dimensional objects, all at right angles
link An insturment used to lay out or test right angles, with two arms at 90 degrees to each other, the longer and wider arm is the blade, the shorter narrower arm is the tongue.
When the clubface is placed at right angles to the imaginary ball-to-target line.
a section within a field to be dug, labeled with Arabic numerals, generally measuring 5 - 7 meters on a side
To turn the oar's blade so it's perpendicular to the surface of the water. The blade is squared at the end of recovery, in preparation for the catch.
The working position of the oar, when the blade is perpendicular to the water's surface.
Make the blade perpendicular to the water. Square it up.
A situation that exists when two elements are at right angles to each other. Also a tool for checking this. An area of roofing which is 10â€™ square or comprising 100 square feet.
a figure with four congruent sides
To turn the oar so that its blade is perpendicular to the water (opposite of feather).
A type of ruler that lets you measure and trace at different angles. Home Improvement Encyclopedia
A square consists of four couples. The couple who's back is to the caller is referred to as the couple #1. The couple directly in front of them is couple #3. Both couple #1 and #3 are called Head Couples. The couple to the right of Couple #1 is called Couple #2. The couple to the left of Couple #1 is called Couple #4. Both Couple #2 and #4 are called Side Couples. The person to your left is called your Corner.
A rectangle with four congruent sides.
Imaginary Construct Consisting of 4 Equal Sides & 4 Right Angles
To make the foundation such that all 4 corners are right angles.
a square represents an area of 10' by 10' (100 sq. ft.) and is generally the term used when referring to the quantity of siding in the industry. Vinyl siding is measured in squares, i.e.: this house requires 20 squares of siding.
CUT The tail end of the top chord that is cut so as to be perpendicular to the slope of the member at 90 degrees to the length of that member (most economical construction; see PLUMB CUT.)
a four-sided plane closed figure having equal sides and four right angles. Its opposite sides are parallel.
A lateral position (directly to the side).
Unit of measure for siding equal to 100 square feet, or a 10 ft. by 10 ft. wall section.
A square is a rectangle with four equal sides.
a unit of measurement in roofing or siding, 10' X 10' (100 sq. ft.); an area having equal sides
A four-sided polygon, quadrilateral, with all sides equal and all angles are right angles.
Vertical position of the blade [at right angles or perpendicular to the water] just before and as it enters for the catch, throughout the stroke and at the point of extraction before being rolled onto the feather for the recovery stage.
A unit of measure-100 square feet-usually applied to roofing and siding material. Also, a situation that exists when two elements are at right angles to each other. Also a tool for checking this.
A tool to check that an intersection forms a right angle. To square means to check that a foundation or other structure is in fact comprised of right angles.
Unit of measure for siding equal to 100 square feet (or a 10-foot by 10-foot wall section).
A measurement of siding. One square equals 100 square feet (10 x 10 wall).
Turning the blade perpendicular to the water surface, done at the end of recovery to prepare for the catch.
A TOOL USED TO BUILD/CHECK 90 DEGREE ANGLES. REFER TO PLUMB.
a tool used for determining right angles.
The top is square with one step-cut facet on each side. A.k.a. Princess cut, quadrillion.
A condition that exists when two surfaces are perpendicular (90° angle).
a geometric shape with four sides that are at right angles to each other and are of equal length.
1. Construction measure in which one square equals 100 square feet of material. 2. A plane figure with four equal sides and four right angles. 3. An instrument with two sides that form an angle of 90 degrees, used for drawing or testing at right angles. 4. The product of a number multiplied by itself. 5. An area bounded by streets or buildings on all four sides.
a square is a measurement of home area, and equals 9.3sm
A polygon with four sides of equal length and at right angles to each other.
a type of rectangle in which each side is the same length and all four interior angles are right angles (90 degrees).
A rectangle with two adjacent sides congruent (all four sides will be congruent).
A four sided polygon in which the length of all sides is equal.
In plane (Euclidean) geometry, a square is a polygon with four equal sides, four right angles, and parallel opposite sides. A square is similar to any other square.
The term "square", in referring to a person, originally meant someone who was honest, traditional, and loyal. An agreement that is equitable on all sides is a "square deal". The evolution of American culture transformed the term from a compliment to an insult to an obsolete term.