Translation for 'obtuse' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   obtuse | obtuser | obtusest
SYNO dense | dim | dull | ...
obtuse angle {noun}
тъп ъгъл {м}
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Translation for 'obtuse' from English to Bulgarian

obtuse angle {noun}
тъп ъгъл {м}мат.
Usage Examples English
  • Acute to obtuse base, pointed apex, 4-5 lateral veins.
  • An acute trapezoid has two adjacent acute angles on its longer "base" edge, while an obtuse trapezoid has one acute and one obtuse angle on each "base".
  • The pentagram includes ten isosceles triangles: five acute and five obtuse isosceles triangles.
  • Khayyam then considered the three cases right, obtuse, and acute that the summit angles of a Saccheri quadrilateral can take and after proving a number of theorems about them, he (correctly) refuted the obtuse and acute cases based on his postulate and hence derived the classic postulate of Euclid.
  • Among oblique pyramids, like acute and obtuse triangles, a pyramid can be called "acute" if its apex is above the interior of the base and "obtuse" if its apex is above the exterior of the base.

  • The involucre is smooth (glabrous) and campanulate, with an obtuse base (sometimes subintruse).
  • The leaf shape is obovate, with obtuse apices.
  • It is a monotypic genus, containing a single species, "Squamicreedia obtusa", the obtuse duckbill or obtuse sandfish.
  • The faces are isosceles triangles with one obtuse and two acute angles.
  • Analogously to an obtuse triangle, the circumcenter is outside of the object for an obtuse tetrahedron.

  • The blades are narrowly to broadly elliptic in shape with an obtuse to attenuate base obtuse and an obtuse apex obtuse.
  • An obtuse triangle (or obtuse-angled triangle) is a triangle with one obtuse angle (greater than 90°) and two acute angles.
  • In 1994 his book "obtuse angles" was released. He also released another book in 2008 called "Obtuse angles and other Acute ones".
  • Bellua have obtuse fore-teeth, hoofed feet, move heavily, and feed on vegetables.
  • I) Leaf base obtuse, apex acute.

  • For example, it is not a malapropism to use "obtuse" or dull instead of "acute" or sharp; it is a malapropism to use "obtuse" or slow-witted when one means "abstruse" or difficult to understand.
  • Leaves are ovate to elliptic (long: 30–70 mm, broad: 15–30 mm), more or less pubescent, obtuse to rounded base, obtuse apex with short acuminate; the 40–80 mm petiole is sometimes pubescent.
  • Many proofs deal with the cases of obtuse and acute angles [...] separately.
  • The faces have four equal obtuse angles and one acute angle (between the two long edges). The obtuse angles equal [...] , and the acute one equals [...]. The dihedral angle equals [...].
  • Characteristics that help to distinguish the species are: the apex of the leaf is either rounded, retuse or obtuse; free sepals that are pubescent outside; the petiole is 0.7-1mm wide; the fruiting pedicel is 0-1mm; male disc consists of free pubescent lobes; the base of the leaf is cordate to rounded, occasionally obtuse; the ovary is pubescent.

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