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triangulate definitions
adj 1: composed of or marked with triangles v 1: divide into triangles or give a triangular form to; "triangulate the piece of cardboard" 2: measure by using trigonometry; "triangulate the angle" 3: survey by triangulation; "The land surveyor worked by triangulating the plot"
I. adjective Etymology: Medieval Latin triangulatus, past participle of triangulare to make triangles, from Latin triangulum Date: 1766 consisting of or marked with triangles II. transitive verb (lated; lating) Date: 1833 1. to survey, map, or determine by triangulation 2. a. to divide into triangles b. to give triangular form to
v. & adj. v.tr. 1 divide (an area) into triangles for surveying purposes. 2 a measure and map (an area) by the use of triangles with a known base length and base angles. b determine (a height, distance, etc.) in this way. adj. Zool. marked with triangles. Derivatives: triangulately adv. triangulation n. Etymology: L triangulatus triangular (as TRIANGLE)
Triangulate Tri*an"gu*late, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Triangulated; p. pr. & vb. n. Triangulating.] 1. To divide into triangles; specifically, to survey by means of a series of triangles properly laid down and measured. 2. To make triangular, or threecornered.
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