- complementary angle
- com′plemen′tary an′gleart at complex fraction
__n.__Compare supplementary angle__math.__either of two angles that added together produce an angle of 90°

*From formal English to slang.
2014.*

- complementary angle
- com′plemen′tary an′gleart at complex fraction
__n.__Compare supplementary angle__math.__either of two angles that added together produce an angle of 90°

*From formal English to slang.
2014.*

**complementary angle**— n. either of two angles that together form a 90° angle … English World dictionary**complementary angle**— ► NOUN ▪ either of two angles whose sum is 90° … English terms dictionary**complementary angle**— Math. either of two angles that added together produce an angle of 90°. Cf. supplementary angle. * * * ˌcomplementary ˈangle [complementary angle] noun (geometry) either of two angles which together make 90° … Useful english dictionary**complementary angle**— Math. either of two angles that added together produce an angle of 90°. Cf. supplementary angle. * * * … Universalium**complementary angle**— /ˌkɒmpləmɛntri ˈæŋgəl/ (say .kompluhmentree angguhl) noun the complement of the given angle …**complementary angle**— noun either of two angles whose sum is 90° … English new terms dictionary**Complementary angles**— A pair of complementary angles, because their measures add up to 90 degrees In geometry, complementary angles are angles whose measures sum to 90°. If the two complementary angles are adjacent (i.e. have a common vertex and share just one side)… … Wikipedia**complementary**— adj. 1 completing; forming a complement. 2 (of two or more things) complementing each other. Phrases and idioms: complementary angle either of two angles making up 90°. complementary colour a colour that combined with a given colour makes white… … Useful english dictionary**Complementary good**— Complementary goods exhibit a negative cross elasticity of demand: as the price of good Y rises, the demand for good X falls. A complementary good, in contrast to a substitute good, is a good with a negative cross elasticity of demand.[1 … Wikipedia**Angle**— This article is about angles in geometry. For other uses, see Angle (disambiguation). Oblique angle redirects here. For the cinematographic technique, see Dutch angle. ∠, the angle symbol In geometry, an angle is the figure formed by two rays… … Wikipedia