As a proper noun triangle
is the area comprising the cities of used with "the" except when attributive.
As a noun spiderman is
steeplejack.
triangle English
Noun
( en noun)
(geometry) A polygon with three sides and three angles.
(music) A percussion instrument made by forming a metal rod into a triangular shape which is open at one angle. It is suspended from a string and hit with a metal bar to make a resonant sound.
(cue sports) A triangular piece of equipment used for gathering the balls into the formation required by the game being played.
A love triangle.
* 2009 , Neil McDonald, Quadrant , November 2009, No. 461 (Volume LIII, Number 11), Quadrant Magazine Limited, page 104:
 One of the writers' most pleasing inventions was to treat the triangle love story as comedy.
(systemics) The structure of systems composed with three interrelated objects.
A draughtsman's square in the form of a rightangled triangle.
(historical) A frame formed of three poles stuck in the ground and united at the top, to which soldiers were bound when undergoing corporal punishment.
Synonyms
* (polygon) trigon (rare)
* (love triangle) love triangle,
* See also
Derived terms
* acuteangled triangle
* acute triangle
* anal triangle
* Bermuda Triangle
* black triangle
* circular triangle
* cyclic triangle
* Devil's Triangle
* equilateral triangle
* eternal triangle
* femoral triangle
* golden triangle
* Golden Triangle
* isosceles triangle
* love triangle
* North Atlantic Triangle
* obtuseangled triangle
* obtuse triangle
* Pascal's triangle
* Polynesian Triangle
* pubic triangle
* Reuleaux triangle
* rightangled triangle
* right triangle
* scalene triangle
* set triangle
* Sierpinski triangle
* spherical triangle
* startriangle relation
* Sunni Triangle
* triangle choke
* triangle inequality
* triangle offense
* triangle piercing
* triangle test
* triangle wave
* triangular
* triangular distribution
* triangular function
* triangular prism
* triangulate
* triangulation
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spiderman English
Noun
(spidermen)
steeplejack
