Synonyms of angle
1 gradientDictionary • The boat was leaning at a 30-degree angle.
gradient • a hill with a gradient of 1 in 3
slope • a mountain slope
incline • He came to a halt at the edge of a steep incline.
2 intersectionDictionary • brackets to adjust the steering wheel's angle
corner • the corner of a door
bend • The crash occurred on a sharp bend.
elbow • The boat was moored at the elbow of the river.
crook • She hid her face in the crook of her arm.
3 point of viewDictionary • He was considering the idea from all angles.
point of view • Try to look at it from my point of view.
position • He usually takes a moderate position.
aspect • The house has a south-west aspect.
perspective • The death of my mother gave me a new perspective on life.
outlook • The illness had a profound effect on his outlook.
viewpoint • The novel is written from the murderer's viewpoint.
slant • They give a slant to every single news item that's put on the air.
standpoint • From my standpoint, you know, this thing is just ridiculous.
side • those with the ability to see all sides of a question
PHRASAL VERB:▷ angle for something
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aspectThe aspect of a building or window is the direction in which it faces.
• The house has a south-west aspect.
bendA bend in a road, pipe, or other long thin object is a curve or angle in it.
• The crash occurred on a sharp bend.
bendIf you bend something that is flat or straight, you use force to make it curved or to put an angle in it.
• Bend the bar into a horseshoe.
Thesaurus for angle from the Collins English Thesaurus
the space between two straight lines that diverge from a common point or between two planes that extend from a common line