angular Definition

  • 1having angles or sharp corners
  • 2measured by an angle or angles
  • 3relating to or using AngularJS, a JavaScript framework for building web applications

Using angular: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "angular" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The building's design is very angular.

  • Example

    The angular measurement of the triangle is 45 degrees.

  • Example

    He developed his website using the Angular framework.

angular Synonyms and Antonyms

Antonyms for angular

Phrases with angular

  • the rate at which an object changes its angular position relative to an axis


    The angular velocity of the Earth is approximately 360 degrees per day.

  • the rate at which an object changes its angular velocity


    The angular acceleration of a spinning top decreases as it loses energy.

  • AngularJS

    a JavaScript framework for building web applications, developed by Google


    Many developers use AngularJS to create dynamic and responsive web pages.

Origins of angular

from Latin 'angulus', meaning 'corner'


Summary: angular in Brief

The term 'angular' [ˈæŋɡjʊlər] describes something with angles or sharp corners, such as the design of a building. It can also refer to measurements taken by angles, like the angular measurement of a triangle. In the context of web development, 'angular' refers to the AngularJS framework used to build web applications.