- polyhedral angle
- noun Date: circa 1864 a portion of space partly enclosed by three or more planes whose intersections meet in a vertex

*New Collegiate Dictionary.
2001.*

- polyhedral angle
- noun Date: circa 1864 a portion of space partly enclosed by three or more planes whose intersections meet in a vertex

*New Collegiate Dictionary.
2001.*

**Polyhedral angle**— Polyhedral Pol y*he dral, Polyhedrical Pol y*hed ric*al, a. [See {Polyhedron}.] (Geom.) Having many sides, as a solid body. [1913 Webster] {Polyhedral angle}, an angle bounded by three or more plane angles having a common vertex. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English**polyhedral angle**— noun the space enclosed by three or more planes that intersect in a vertex • Hypernyms: ↑angle * * * noun : a portion of space partly enclosed by three or more planes whose intersections meet in a vertex * * * Geom. a configuration consisting of… … Useful english dictionary**polyhedral angle**— Geom. 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. See illus. under pyramid. [1860 65] * * * … Universalium**Polyhedral**— Pol y*he dral, Polyhedrical Pol y*hed ric*al, a. [See {Polyhedron}.] (Geom.) Having many sides, as a solid body. [1913 Webster] {Polyhedral angle}, an angle bounded by three or more plane angles having a common vertex. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English**Polyhedral space**— In mathematics, specifically in metric geometry, a polyhedral space is a certain metric space. A (Euclidean) polyhedral space is a (usually finite) simplicial complex in which every simplex has a flat metric. (Other spaces of interest are… … Wikipedia**Polyhedral symbol**— The polyhedral symbol is sometimes used in coordination chemistry to indicate the approximate geometry of the coordinating atoms around the central atom. One or more italicised letters indicate the geometry, e.g. TP 3 which is followed by a… … Wikipedia**face angle**— noun the angle formed by two edges of a polyhedral angle • Hypernyms: ↑angle * * * noun : an angle formed by two edges of a polyhedral angle * * * Geom. the angle formed by two successive edges of a polyhedron. [1910 15] … Useful english dictionary**face angle**— noun Date: 1913 an angle formed by two edges of a polyhedral angle … New Collegiate Dictionary**tetrahedral angle**— noun : a polyhedral angle of four faces … Useful english dictionary**trihedral angle**— noun : a polyhedral angle with three faces … Useful english dictionary