Explementary-angle



noun, Mathematics.
1.
either of two angles that added together produce an angle of 360°.

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    [ek-spli-tiv] /ˈɛk splɪ tɪv/ noun 1. an interjectory word or expression, frequently profane; an exclamatory oath. 2. a syllable, word, or phrase serving to fill out. 3. Grammar. a word considered as regularly filling the syntactic position of another, as it in It is his duty to go, or there in There is nothing here. […]

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    [ek-spli-tiv] /ˈɛk splɪ tɪv/ noun 1. an interjectory word or expression, frequently profane; an exclamatory oath. 2. a syllable, word, or phrase serving to fill out. 3. Grammar. a word considered as regularly filling the syntactic position of another, as it in It is his duty to go, or there in There is nothing here. […]



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    [ek-spli-tiv] /ˈɛk splɪ tɪv/ noun 1. an interjectory word or expression, frequently profane; an exclamatory oath. 2. a syllable, word, or phrase serving to fill out. 3. Grammar. a word considered as regularly filling the syntactic position of another, as it in It is his duty to go, or there in There is nothing here. […]

  • Explicable

    [ek-spli-kuh-buh l, ik-splik-uh-buh l] /ˈɛk splɪ kə bəl, ɪkˈsplɪk ə bəl/ adjective 1. capable of being explained. /ˈɛksplɪkəbəl; ɪkˈsplɪk-/ adjective 1. capable of being explained adj. 1550s, from or on model of Latin explicabilis “capable of being unraveled, that may be explained,” from explicare (see explicit). Middle English had a verb expliken “explain, interpret” (mid-15c.).



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