Shapes with many angles - synonyms or related words
the Cross noun
a shape with one long upright line and one shorter line across it, used as a symbol of Christianity
an object like a box with six square sides that are all the same size
a shape like a box that is similar to a cube, but with surfaces that are rectangles, not squares
a shape with four straight equal sides that stands on one of its corners
equilateral triangle noun
a triangle whose sides are all the same length
a shape that becomes wider at one end
a geometric shape with seven straight sides. Something in the shape of a heptagon is heptagonal.
a geometric shape with six straight sides. Something in the shape of a hexagon is hexagonal.
a star with six points that is made from two triangles
an object or shape that is narrow at one end and much wider at the other
isosceles triangle noun
a triangle in which two sides are the same length
maths a shape with four sloping sides
maths a shape with four straight sides and four 90º angles. Two of the parallel sides are longer than the other two sides.
a shape that is longer than it is wide
a shape with eight straight sides
a shape with four straight sides in which opposite sides are of equal length and are parallel to each other
an object or shape that looks like the top of a mountain
a shape with five sides, usually of equal length, and angles greater than 90°
a star with five points that is often used as a magic symbol
a flat shape with three or more sides and angles
a solid shape with many flat sides
a solid object that has a regular shape and can be cut into slices that all have the same shape. A prism usually has two or more sides shaped like a triangle.
an object with the shape of a pyramid
informal a quadrangle
a flat shape with four sides such as a square
a shape with four straight sides and four angles of 90º
a shape with four straight sides of equal length and angles that are not 90°. The more usual word is diamond.
right-angled triangle noun
British a flat shape with three straight sides and three angles, one of which is a right angle
a shape with four straight sides of equal length and four corners called right angles
an object or shape with five or more points that looks like a star
a shape or pattern of lines coming out from a centre point like the rays of a star
Star of David noun
a star with six points formed by putting a triangle upside down on top of another triangle. It is used to represent Judaism and the state of Israel.
British a shape with four straight sides, two of which are parallel. The American word is trapezoid.
British a shape with four straight sides that are not parallel to each other. The American word is trapezium.
maths a flat shape that has three straight sides and three angles
something that has the shape of a triangle