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n. angles 0 angling 0 angled 1
It should be at a 90° angle to the boat.
The plastic should now form a cone (圆锥体) with 45-degree-angled sides.
Find in the passage a word closest in meaning to the underlined word “angling”.
Instead of looking at the situation from this hopeless angle, look at everything you still have
angle of view 视角
visual angle n. 视界，视角
contact angle 接触角；交会角
angle on 引诱；角度对准
angle for 谋取
dip angle [航海]倾角；[航空]俯角；磁倾角
incident angle 入射角
phase angle 相位角
angle steel 角钢，角铁
rotation angle 旋转角；旋转角度；回转角度
right angle 直角
slope angle 斜角；倾斜角；坡度角
angle of attack 攻角；迎角；冲角
high angle adj. 高角射击的;n. 高角;
pressure angle 压力角
at an angle 倾斜地；成一个角度
azimuth angle n. 方位角
wide angle 广角的；大角度的
inclination angle 倾斜角，倾角
rake angle 倾角；刀面角；[军]投弹角
角,角度v.釣魚;(采用各種方法)取得The language angel hanged up the gang and banged them at the angle of the triangle.語文天使將那夥人吊起朝三角形的角上猛撞.
1. the space between two lines or surfaces that join, measured in degrees
a 45° angle
⇨ see also acute angle , adjacent angle , corresponding angles , obtuse angle , right angle , wide-angle lens
2. the direction that sth is leaning or pointing in when it is not in a vertical or horizontal line
The tower of Pisa leans at an angle.
The plane was coming in at a steep angle.
His hair was sticking up at all angles.
3. a position from which you look at sth
The photo was taken from an unusual angle.
4. a particular way of presenting or thinking about a situation, problem, etc.
We need a new angle for our next advertising campaign.
You can look at the issue from many different angles.
The article concentrates on the human angle (= the part that concerns people’s emotions) of the story.
1. [VN] to move or place sth so that it is not straight or not directly facing sb / sth
He angled his chair so that he could sit and watch her.
2. [VN] to present information, a report, etc. based on a particular way of thinking or for a particular audience
The programme is angled towards younger viewers.
3. (usually go angling)
[V] to catch fish with a line and a hook
▪ ‘angle for sth
to try to get a particular reaction or response from sb, without directly asking for what you want
She was angling for sympathy.
an angle of something
an angle of 45°
the angles of a triangle
You didn’t measure the angle accurately.
the angle between walls and ceiling
→ right angle → See picture of right angle:90° 直角90°, obtuse angle:between 90° and 180° 钝角:大于90°小于180°, acute angle:less than 90° 锐角:小于90° …
2 a way of considering a problem or situation 〔看待问题或形势的〕角度，立场
We’re approaching the issue from many different angles.
Look at every angle of the situation.
There’s another angle to this question.
3 a position from which you look at something or photograph it 〔看事物或拍照的〕角度，视角
from a … angle
This drawing of the monastery was done from an unusual angle.
Some of the pictures have strange camera angles.
4 at an angle leaning to one side and not straight or upright 倾斜的，歪着的
The portrait was hanging at an angle.
at a slight/steep angle
The sign leaned over at a slight angle.
5 the shape formed when two lines or surfaces join 〔两条线或两个平面相交的〕边角
My head struck the angle of the shelf.
angle2 verb [transitive] 1 to move or place something so that it is not straight or upright 斜移；斜置
a mirror angled to reflect light from a window
Philip angled his chair towards the door.
2 to present information from a particular point of view or for a specific group of people 从〔某个角度〕报道；以〔某一群体〕提供信息
The book is angled towards a business audience.
3 angle for something phrasal verb to try to get something you want without asking directly for it 转弯抹角地索要
She was obviously angling for an invitation.
I didn’t want him to think I was just angling for sympathy.
Origin angle1 (1300-1400) Old French Latin angulus angle2 1. (1700-1800) → ANGLE12. angle for (1400-1500) From angle “fishhook” ((11-19 centuries)), from Old English angel
1.N-COUNT 可数名词See also:right angle;角；角度 An angle is the difference in direction between two lines or surfaces. Angles are measured in degrees.
The boat is now leaning at a 30 degree angle.
2.N-COUNT 可数名词（两条线或两个平面相交的）夹角，边角 An angle is the shape that is created where two lines or surfaces join together.
【搭配模式】：usu the N of n
…the angle of the blade.
…brackets to adjust the steering wheel’s angle.
3.N-COUNT 可数名词角度 An angle is the direction from which you look at something.
Thanks to the angle at which he stood, he could just see the sunset…
His face will be discreetly concealed by camera angles.
4.N-COUNT 可数名词角度；观点；立场；侧重点；倾向性 You can refer to a way of presenting something or thinking about it as a particular angle .
We had to do the scene over and over again, from different angles…
He was considering the idea from all angles.
5.VERB 动词（间接迂回地）猎取，谋取，博取 If someone is angling for something, they are trying to get it without asking for it directly.
【语法信息】：V for n
It sounds as if he’s just angling for sympathy.
6.V-ERG 及物/不及物动词（使）朝向；（使）转向 If you angle something or if it angles in a particular direction, it faces or points in that direction.
You can open the slats for a bright light or angle them for more shade…
The path angled downhill and northwards…
He drove down the long, steeply angled driveway.
7.PHRASE 短语成角度的;歪的;斜的 If something is at an angle, it is leaning in a particular direction so that it is not straight, horizontal, or vertical.
【搭配模式】：PHR after v
An iron bar stuck out at an angle…
The wall’s at a slight angle.
plural angles [count] 1
a : the difference between the direction of two lines or surfaces that come together : the space or shape formed when two lines or surfaces meet each other角
The two lines form a sharp angle. = The two lines meet/intersect at a sharp angle (to each other).
The two lines meet at a 30-degree angle to each other. = There is a 30-degree angle between the two lines.
The lines are at sharp angles to each other.
— see picture at geometry; see also right angle
b — used to describe a surface that is not level斜面
The hill slopes down/up at an angle of about 30 degrees.
c — used to describe something that leans or goes to the side rather than straight up or directly forward倾斜；角度
The pole stood at an angle.
The road goes off at a sharp/slight angle to the right/left.
The rays of light shone through the window at an angle.
: the position from which something is approached, looked at, etc.（观察事物的）视角，角度
Critics love the clever camera angles the director used in the film.
She took pictures of the same scene from several different angles.
The soldiers were being attacked from every angle.
: a way of thinking about, describing, or discussing something（思考、描述或讨论问题的）方式，角度，立场
We need to approach the problem from a new/different angle.
They considered the question from all angles.
The reporter tried to work that angle into his story.
chiefly US, informal
a : a secret and often improper reason for doing something不可告人的动机
I don’t trust that guy, but I can’t figure out what his angle is yet.
b : a clever and often improper way of doing or getting something诡计；狡猾的手段
a salesman who’s always looking for an angle [=looking for a way to convince people to buy the things he is selling] 总是找门道推销产品的销售人员
2 angle /ˈæŋgəl/ verb
angles; angled; angling /ˈæŋglɪŋ/
: to turn, move, or point something so that it is not straight or flat斜移；斜置
[+ object] One spotlight was put high in the corner and angled [=pointed] down toward the floor.
The seats in the theater were angled so that we were looking almost straight up.
The road was angled down toward the river.
[no object] The road angled [=sloped] down toward the river.
[+ object] : to present (something, such as a news story) in a particular way or from a particular point of view从（某角度）报道；以（某观点）提供信息
You should try to angle the story so that it appeals to younger readers.
— often used as (be) angled常用作(be) angled
The story was angled to appeal to younger readers.
— compare 3angle
3 angle /ˈæŋgəɫ/ verb
angles; angled; angling /ˈæŋglɪŋ/ [no object] 1
: to fish with a hook and line垂钓；钓鱼
go angling for trout
— see also angler, angling
informal : to try to get what you want in a clever or indirect way（巧妙或间接地）获取，谋取
She’s been angling to get a promotion.
— usually + for
She’s angling for a promotion.
They’re all angling for a place on the committee.
— compare 2angle