Definition of Triangulated

1. Verb. (past of triangulate) ¹



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Definition of Triangulated

1. triangulate [v] - See also: triangulate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Triangulated

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triangular prisms
triangular pyramid
triangular pyramids
triangular ridge
triangular uterus
triangulares
triangularis
triangularis muscle
triangularities
triangularity
triangularity of the teeth
triangularly
triangulate
triangulated (current term)
triangulates
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triangulite
triangulum
triannual
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triaose
triaoses
triapsal
triarch

Literary usage of Triangulated

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1. Practical Surveying and Elementary Geodesy: Including Land Surveying by Henry Adams (1913)
"Principles of town surveying —Choice of base lines—Chain or steel tape —triangulated offsets—Sketching details—Field notes of lines and angles with offsets ..."

2. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1893)
"A summary has already been given of the first Report, which treats of the country triangulated in Everard, Musgrave, Mann, ..."

3. The Design of Plate-girders: With Appendices on Columns and Struts, Economic by Walter Elsworthy Lilly (1908)
"By reducing this to a single system the girder approaches the type of a triangulated girder, the number of ties and struts being few more than would be ..."

4. Professional Papers by the Corps of Royal Engineers ... Royal Engineers by Great Britain Army. Royal Engineers, Royal Engineers' Institute (Great Britain) (1889)
"To illustrate the system, I will describe the procedure of a man sent to map a piece of country that has been triangulated. This particular surveyor has, ..."

5. The Ice Age in North America: And Its Bearings Upon the Antiquity of Man by George Frederick Wright (1911)
"Some of the points were triangulated on live different times, at intervals from the ... Others wore chosen later and triangulated a less number of times. ..."

6. The Ice Age in North America, and Its Bearings Upon the Antiquity of Man by George Frederick Wright, Warren Upham (1896)
"Some of the points were triangulated on five different times, at intervals from the ... Others were chosen later and triangulated a less number of times. ..."

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