the space between two lines or surfaces that join,measured in degree;the shape that is made where two straight lines join or cross each other
a position from which you look at sth
a particular way of presenting or thinking about a situation,problem,etc.;a point of view
turn or move at an angle
represent sth from a particular point of view; slant
try to catch fish with a hook and line
"he angled his way into the room"
"She leaned over the banister"
"fish for compliments"
"He biased his presentation so as to please the share holders"
I am, Sir, a Brother of the Angle.
出自： I. Walton
A woman is bytterer then death: for she is a very angle, hir hert is a nett.
出自：Bible (Coverdale): Ecclesiastes
Whom I left..In an odd angle of the isle.
出自：Tempest , Shakespeare
To search the tenderest angles of the heart.
I sat among the boughs of the fallen elm That strewed the angle of the fallow.
出自： Edward Thomas
The fish which we are to Angle for.
出自： I. Walton
He would..listlessly angle in the placid waters.
出自： C. Merivale
Two davenports angled across the corners of the room and there was one gold chair.
出自： R. Chandler
He was angling for an invitation to the party.
I'm quite sure she was not angling for fame and compliments.
It was obvious she was angling for sympathy.
She's angling for compliments.
We must consider the question from various angles.