French translation of 'right angle'
angle m droit
at right angles à angle droit
at right angles to sth à angle droit avec qch
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Example Sentences Including 'right angle'
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Bend your arms at a right angle and pump them backwards and forwards, with all the movement coming from your shoulder, not your forearms or wrists.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Bend your arms at right angles and pump them to help to get you up the stairs.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Slowly lower your body down until your arms form right angles.The Sun (2013)
Your knees should be in line with your pelvis, or slightly lower, and your lower legs at a right angle to your thighs.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Bring legs up at right angle to floor.The Sun (2008)
He was left hanging above the 8ft drop with his other leg at a right angle across the floor.The Sun (2012)
Holding on to the seat, lower your bottom until arms form a right angle.The Sun (2006)
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'right angle' in Other Languages
British English: right angle /raɪt ˈæŋɡl/ NOUN
A right angle is an angle of ninety degrees.
- American English: right angle
- Arabic: زَاوِيَةٌ قَائِمَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: ângulo reto
- Chinese: 直角
- Croatian: pravi kut
- Czech: pravý úhel
- Danish: ret vinkel
- Dutch: rechte hoek
- European Spanish: ángulo recto
- Finnish: suora kulma
- French: angle droit
- German: rechter Winkel
- Greek: ορθή γωνία
- Italian: angolo retto
- Japanese: 直角
- Korean: 직각
- Norwegian: rett vinkel
- Polish: kąt prosty
- European Portuguese: ângulo reto
- Romanian: unghi drept
- Russian: прямой угол
- Spanish: ángulo recto
- Swedish: rät vinkel
- Thai: มุมฉาก
- Turkish: dik açı
- Ukrainian: прямий кут
- Vietnamese: góc vuông
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