noun, Geometry.
a configuration consisting of the lateral faces of a polyhedron around one of its vertices. The portion of a pyramid including one of its points is such a configuration.
a geometric configuration formed by the intersection of three or more planes, such as the faces of a polyhedron, that have a common vertex See also solid angle


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