- (Order Isopoda):Having an angle or an angular shape [Kensley and Schotte, 1989].
Crustacea glossary. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. 2011.
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Angulate — An gu*late, Angulated An gu*la ted, a. [L. angulatus, p. p. of angulare to make angular.] Having angles or corners; angled; as, angulate leaves. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Angulate — An gu*late, v. t. To make angular. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
angulate — [aŋ′gyo͞o lit, aŋ′gyəlit; ] also, and for v. always [, aŋ′gyo͞olāt΄, aŋ′gyəlāt΄] adj. [L angulatus, pp. of angulare, to make angular < angulus, ANGLE1] having angles or corners vt., vi. angulated, angulating to make or become angular… … English World dictionary
angulate — angulately, adv. angulateness, n. /ang gyeuh lit, layt /, adj. of angular form; angled: angulate stems. Also, angulated. [1785 95; < L angulatus having angles. See ANGLE1, ATE1] * * * … Universalium
angulate — having definite angles or corners … Dictionary of ichthyology
angulate — adj. [L. angulare, to make angular] Having angles or sharp corners … Dictionary of invertebrate zoology
angulate — 1. adjective a) Shaped with corners or angles. b) The shape of stems, leaves and wings. 2. verb To make, or to become, angular … Wiktionary
angulate — v. make angular; become angular adj. having angles; having an angular shape … English contemporary dictionary
angulate — [ aŋgjʊleɪt] verb technical hold or bend (a part of the body) so as to form an angle or angles. ↘Skiing incline (the upper body) sideways and outwards during a turn. Derivatives angulation noun Origin C15: from L. angulat , angulare, from angulus … English new terms dictionary
angulate — an·gu·late … English syllables